GEORGE C. GORDON LIBRARY WORCESTER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE CjIFT OF — Gen. and Mrs. Harry P. Stdrke 885^ >Afov2 t _ WORCESTER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE The world of John Boynton . . . one hundred years later. Time has been good to Worcester Tech . . . the passage of a century has etched deep, unmistakable lines of wisdom in its face and spawned a legacy of fatherhood which spans generations. Landmarks . . . the heterogeneities of a vast, illimitable womb . . . sel- dom daring to venture closer than the periphery of attention. But if, perchance, our prenatal impressions cannot be entrusted entirely to memory . . . if that self- same memory is, indeed, a function of the present, aging as we age, mellowing as we mellow . . . then perhaps one day we may wish to return to the womb and relive our fetal experiences in the reality and time- lessness of the printed page. roRCESTER IrxovtTzcnmc 'flNSTlTUTE FOR PLEASURE VEHICLES ONLY 88585 It is a bit ludicrous to behold brash newcomers sprouting in the midst of an- cients . . . to swiftly overtake and out- mode the established. But a school whose basic premise is progress must practice what it preaches . . . and correspondingly we must adjust ourselves to the occa- sional murmur of construction and an ever-changing sky-line. The old, the or- nate is but a facade behind which lurks the persevering traditions of generations of our forebears. These must remain for in times of doubt and indecision we need some norm to fall back upon . . . some permanent benchmark by which to steer ourselves. The new, the bold and func- tional . . . the now naked girders . . . are and will be the dynamic force by which Worcester Tech will strain to outrun ob- solescence . . . and simultaneously create the future. ■ • - THE 1 WASHBURN I SHOPS OP THE WORCESTER I POLYTECHNIC ■ INSTITUTE. b r 4T /~&//y / /9 I <*>/// / / >.*w I The tedious learning process begins in the class- room where the exposure is highly priced. From numerous vantage points, the worlds of the micro- scopic and macroscopic may appear to coincide, to oppose, or to overlap. Spuriously, inductive and deductive processes shall rub elbows. As the pro- fessor presents, the engineer must grab, ingest, and finally retain. When the bell rings, the prostitu- tion of facts will cease — leaving the responsibility of Thinking upon the individual. The theoretical is often proved or dis- proved in its practical application. Often- times, we have relied upon the criterion of experience as our soundest judge. Through the influence of the Computer, we have pledged our lives to the elimi- nation of the dichotomy of the concep- tual and empirical. Upon arrival, the freshman is imbued with the tradition of the Institute. Ever so quickly, the beanies and name cards will be traded for caps and gowns. Though the Institute's environment will end in four years, its impression and meaning shall endure lifetimes. t^p^l The baptism of the freshmen . . . a time of hazing and purging . . . the aura of competitiveness encompassing the Goat's Head rivalry. Tech's members confer acceptance upon the newcomers — the approval cannot be gleaned from coincidence, the right must be earned. Aphoristically, men were once little boys who reveled in a battle of "king of the mountain" or "rough and tumble." Now as men, they indulge in a more sophisticated, socially acceptable form of the same thing. The ache of inactive muscles confined to a laboratory or a classroom finds relief . . . the frustrations of learning are dissipated . . . dissolved in the boundless energy sink of the playing field. MBH The lure of athletics . . . what Is the strange attractive force which compels us to sit in rapture as the coordinated perform their seemingly meaning/ess acts of adoration to an inanimate pneumatic spheroid? There is something exquisitely beautiful in such agil- ity of form and motion . . . in the supreme effort which athletes so uncompromisingly make. As long as there is such beauty, crowds will forever brave, uncomplainingly, rain and cold to watch in wonder. '» A brotherhood . . . the personification of a social ideal. A common bond sought to weather the va- garies of the college man. Perhaps a friendship with meaning, an ideological bull session lasting 'til dawn, a confidence not to be betrayed. H Come weekends, the belts from which slide rules hang must be loos- ened ever so slightly. The flip side of fraternities: more than likely two sixes of grogs, the neurotic bleating of a disillusioned generation, the twitching of a shapely torso seen from across a smoke-h'/led room. Diverse views of a world whose ev- anescence makes enduring knowledge impossible . . . Complacent in our irrev- erent manipulations of physical phenom- ena, we cower at ephemeral reality, frustrated at the elusiveness of the tem- poral world. It is good for us to hear the words of our elders for even at the outset of adulthood it is apparent that in some strange, inexplicable way, wisdom is a function of age. Timely denizens come to proffer their wares . . . harbingers of the day when Worcester Tech may yet see the light of Humanism shine. The mode of presentation matters not . . . understanding and awareness may be gleaned from eloquence of string as well as of voice. I To create . . . out of the sound- less and expressionless ether we breathe the mode of communica- tion universal among men. Art . . . no equations govern its behavior . . . it flows unrestrained through its own Newton-less universe. It is in- deed unfortunate that human love, laughter and music are so con- spicuously absent from engineering textbooks . . . we find it, therefore, necessary to offset the narrowness of our education with short, but meaningful trips into the never- never world outside. Perhaps in the last analysis, the best criterion of an engineering school is the quan- tity and diversity of its non-engi- neering endeavors. ;i^nBP"^' «1 The myriad range of entertainment . . . ample opportunity to divert a restless mind from the straight-backed systematic analy- sis of science to the casual, haphazard, in- dulgent realm of recreation. Leisure was made for enjoyment and, although we must hew our own leisure from an imposing en- tanglement of demands, we make good use of it . . . every exorbitant second of it. New England winters are notoriously long . . . Worcester Tech winters are cor- respondingly hard. Sports exist as a tiny ember Just barely thwarting the season's virtual dominance over life. The agonizing realm of precision where reputations are gained or lost on the tips of fingers or on the razor-edged rim of a basket . . . ambi- tions carried aloft on the precariousness of a trajectory draw a motley group of en- thusiasts to hope . . . to urge . . . to cheer . . . to congratulate . . . or perhaps be con- gratulated. 1 Behind the closed doors and windows of the manevolent season, the competition goes on. The winter forces a harsh artifici- ality on the setting of our athletic endeavors . . . even the mythical battlefield where war- riors once confronted their enemies has been relegated to a gymnasium. The death- locked embrace . . . the alien environments . . . all facets of the multifarious world of sport. r ; • _^_ r-j— - Sji^^-^tna^^^^K^su^i^uM^.^.;/^ """■-. rrn?n::- - •■_.. There is a certain indefinable beauty in the serenity of the snow which so copiously falls on our island hill and in the isolating silence that falls with it . . . soft and innocent as a virgin. But man with his petty busy- work must always come to part the snow and heap it high in garish forms and tortured shapes. There must be no discontinuities, however, in the precariously en- twined fabric we call education . . . therefore, the In- stitute, with only the most cursory attention to the snow, goes on. ' Hey, what's that sound . . . the college hedonist in search of parietal pleasures; the college rabble rouser inciting a classroom boycott; the college boy ques- tioning a paternal administration. Listen to the sounds of awareness ... a rhapsody of expressions integral in the struggle of becoming complete individuals for the very first time. Momentarily the daily synthesis of ideas and concepts into knowledge ceases in favor of Alice in Wonderland. J. P. is an island of fantasy in a sea of fact . . . the unyielding reality of equa- tions and graphs yields with surprising willingness and completeness to the ultra-yielding qualities of satin and lace. m *-~?" For a moment, "Tau Bete" turns its academic cheek and more than willingly lends itself to the guzzle of a thirsty Techman, to the intimacy of a caress, and to the spontaneity of the nitty-gritty. Our appetite for sport is seemingly in- satiable . . . the warm glory of spring prods us to strain and sweat in a never- ending variety of ways. There will al- ways be the desire for one last swing . . . one last agonizing "take it up . . ." . . . one last fling . . . before we turn our- selves from the hill and onto a thousand different paths. ■ ' ^| m r ■4" j L^iRj£4j!il SB ' • * \ 1 '• ^.-^r • t I: fr— i ■ urn* i -> ^^^^^ Yi, . ■ i ■ -4BBti ■HUi 1^1 Four years . . . A time span during which our only constant has been an academic environment. The world outside this parameter is changing, and no mind aware of itself could doubt that it too is changing. Taken with respect to the last four years, the change has been significant. If we doubt this change, we have only to question the present tautology of whether patience is a virtue equals "keep the faith baby." Whether the algebraic sum of the deltas is positive or negative is a relative ques- tion only history will be able to answer. Meanwhile, within our environment, we have learned the absolutes of the Insti- tute well. E=IR, F —M(dv/dt), and "two, five, and eight are stack men" are the tri- axes about which we have been spinning for the last four years. The acquisition of these archetypes has been tedious. Though our parents told us that the time would go by quickly, most of us would agree that it's been long enough, perhaps too long. Indeed it has been time enough for the assassination of a newly elected presi- dent and an old appointed stranger called God. Then too, a great society came forth — complete with everything from silicone injections to pop-top cans. Dis- crimination was outlawed; it is now possible for Powells and Bakers to ride in the same buses, to trade at the same stores, and to steal from the same government. The most embarassing question was that of war. Viet-Nam has transcended all concepts of world thought. America, like the rest of the world, is divided in its sup- port of trading men for men. Strangely enough, every hawk, dove, and chicken could use the help of a Snoopy or a Batman in alleviating a nemesis attributable only to mankind. It's been a time of unrest, of demanding rights, of seeking human dignity. A Watts, a Berkeley, a long walk to Mississippi. Others were walking too: a man named White; and more unnamed thousands filed into Yankee Stadium to watch a messenger of the dead than showed up at the sports fan's beatific vision — the Superbowl. Yet who would have believed that Khrushchev would bury himself, or that chair- man Mao would be questioned, or that a long-nosed Frenchman could cause so much trouble, or that the Beatles would break up, or that he really is the greatest, or that the perennial champs of the national pastime would finish last? And when the real world became too boring, it became necessary to create syn- thetic, psychedelic adventures. We are a people seeking to turn ourselves every- thing but off. The beatitudes now belong only to those who are turned on. Blessed are those who are uptight for they shall not inherit the world . . . who wants it anyway — besides they've got their own. Swiftly the mini gave way to the micro, the pop to the op. Paisleys, hiphuggers, the topless. Motorbikes and Mustangs. Zip codes and area codes — Anonymity personified in the Computer. Four years. . . for the most part, we have watched from the academic periphery. The little we know has been gleaned from books or from minds older than ours. Though temporarily we are as dated as these printed pages, we are the future, we have practiced long enough. If there is any action, we would like to be near it, or better yet, a part of it. If, indeed, "times they are a changing," we shall change them. the 1967 peddLerc LOORcesfeR polytechnic institute ujoucesteu, massachusetts administration academics honors fraternities organizations sports advertisements 52 66 156 174 222 254 284 49 40* • Nw * i <>* .-i I^Ai(^ 'v^T '■'"'" ' \ -'• ■ .- ■ . ■ ^^xHB' "'ir' ^ ■*.' ■■'^iS\ . (UL ^V gfl At a time when it is increasingly easy for us to become im- personal and removed from our fellow men, a precious few people have come to the forefront of our lives by their genuine interest and involvement in our development as students as well as individuals. Professor John P. van Alstyne is one of these people. He has come into our presence so that we may learn and understand, but beyond the classroom he has unselfishly sacrificed his time to the purpose of guiding and advising us so that we will come to the proper conclusion of our college years with the assuring feeling of accomplishment. Ours is a small token of gratitude, but we find it fitting to recognize this excellence by dedicating the 1967 Peddler to Professor van Alstyne. J / i* 'J^^t^*^^"'^'^* 1 dfHM administration THE PRESIDENT HARRY PERNELL STORKE 54 * ^^5^^s^ a ^rogfc^Jj^5^^»!^ , ^J^^3J5I2rS^!r rT * : ^*IS «r» ; 55 Martin C. Van de Visse, Dean of Student Affairs S***&ii Donald G. Downing, Dean of Students and of Admissions 56 Bernard H Brown. Assistant Dean of Student Affairs Paul W. Berwick. Jr.. Assistant Director of Admissions / William F. Elliott. Assistant Director of Admissions \\ IS Ml » 151 **r Edgar F. Heselbarth. Director of Financial Aid Kenneth A. Nourse, Associate Dean of Student Affairs and Director of Admissions 57 M. Lawrence Price, Vice-President and Dean of n,e Faculty Dr. Edward N. Clarke. Associate Dean of the Faculty Dr Richard F Morton. Associate Dean of the Facu 58 Frederick L. Broad, Jr., Director of Development Miss Athena Pappas, Registrar h ■ ' ' " . '■> William F. Trask, Asst. Dean of Student Affairs and Director of Placement ^i_ Roger N. Perry, Jr., Director of Public Relations 59 David E. Lloyd. Vice-President for Business Affairs ' William F. Barrett. Controller ''*•"» Anthony J Ruksnaitis. Director of Physical Plant Arthur J Knight. Consultant for Building Planning 60 Carl W. Eschelbach, Director of Planning Research Ernest M. Sweeney. Manager of Residential Halls Harry Thompson, Manager of Business Services 61 Warren B. Zepp, Alumni Secretary-Treasurer ft . Albert G Anderson. Jr., Head Librarian Roy A Seaberg. Jr . Assistant Alumni Secretary 62 Louis J. Curran, Jr., Director of Music Nils Hagberg. Sergeant WPI Police Charles Phelps. Officer WPI Police 63 BOARD OF TRUSTEES SEATED: Earl C. Hughes, John W. Coghlin. Harry P. Storke. Wayne E. Keith, Robert D. Harrington. F. Harold Daniels. STANDING: Dwight E, Jones, Daniel F. O'Grady, Francis S. Harvey, Thomas L. Counihan, John E. Hossack, William E Hanson. Albert M. Demont, James J. Clerkin. Jr.. Burton W. Marsh. Charles R. Michel, Arthur W. Knight, Milton P. Higgins, Chandler W. Jones. Paris Fletcher. Lincoln Thompson, Robert W. Stoddard, H. Ladd Plumley, Rev. Gordon M. Torgersen. ABSENT: J. Norman Alberti, Helge S. Johnson, Leonard M. Krull, Rev. James N Mc- Cutcheon. Rev Dr. Wallace W. Robbins, George W. Smith, James C. Walker, Mayor George A Wells. 64 IN MEMORIAM CARL GUNNARD JOHNSON John Woodman Higgins Professor of Mechanical Engineering 65 ^w academics CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Robert John Baron Worcester, Massachusetts A.I.Ch.E. Michael B. Barr Hull, Massachusetts Alpha Epsilon Pi A.I.Ch.E.. Treas.; Rifle Club. Edward J. Botwick New Haven, Connecticut Alpha Epsilon Pi Swimming; A.I.Ch.E.; Rifle Club. Robert Allan Bohlin Medford, Massachusetts Theta Chi Hockey; Soccer: Tennis, Mgr.; A.I.Ch.E.; New- man Club; Ski Club Prof. Wilmer L. Kranich Head of Department 68 Dr. Alvin H. Weiss, Associate Prof. \ Charles Langdon Blake Vernon, Connecticut Sigma Alpha Epsilon Cross Country; Track. "W". Co-Capt: R.O.T.C. 1st Lt.; A.I.Ch.E.; "Tech News" Ed.; Band; Varsity Club; Scabbard and Pi Delta Epsilon. Relay; Copy Blade; vmrnmsgaagggggBugs Douglas P. Bobseine Gowanda. New York Sigma Phi Epsilon John R. Cahalen New Haven, Connecticut Phi Kappa Theta Jasketbal /ice-Pres. ; Football. "W"; Lacrosse. "W"; Class A.I.Ch.E.; Tech Senate; Varsity Club. R.O.T.C. Captain; A.I.Ch.E.; News"; Newman Club; Band Scabbard and Blade. I.F.C.; "Tech Nautical Club; James Richard Braithwaite Framingham, Massachusetts Phi Gamma Delta Football; Lacrosse. "W"; Wrestling. "W" Capt.; A.I.Ch.E.; Scabbard and Blade Co- 69 Peter James Dickerson Portland, Connecticut Phi Gamma Delta Lacrosse; Soccer, "W"; Track; Wrestling; Chemical Honor Society, Pres.; R.O.T.C. Brgd. Comm.; A.I.Ch.E.; I.F.C, Treas." Glee Club: Octet; Who's Who; Tau Beta Pi; Chemical Honor Society; Scabbard and Blade. William Wayne Goudie Chamblee, Georgia Sigma Alpha Epsilon Baseball, "W", Co-Capt.; Basketball; Football; A.I.Ch.E.; I.F.C: Fraternity Pres.; Varsity Club. Sec; Skull; Who's Who; Chemical Honor So- ciety. John W. Meader, Asst. Prof. Joseph Michael Danis Taftville, Connecticut Alpha Tau Omega Cheerleader; A.I.Ch.E., Pres. Newman Masque. Chemical Honor Society Club. Joseph Louis Ferrantino Worcester, Massachusetts Sigma Alpha Epsilon Baseball. A ICh.E Roger Loring Gariepy Barre, Massachusetts Phi Sigma Kappa A I Ch E . I F C . Fraternity Pres . Honor Society Chemical 70 Peter Nicholas Formica Hartford. Connecticut A.I.Ch.E.; Newman Club. Francis Louis Dacri West Boylston, Massachusetts A.I.Ch.E. Robert Francis Hellen Hudson. Massachusetts A.I.Ch.E.; Newman Club. . .--.---.-.......... ) *s j > X J John Benjamin Feldman Worcester, Massachusetts Alpha Epsilon Pi A.I.Ch.E. Prof. Robert E. Wagner 71 Marshall Allan Kaplan Clinton, Massachusetts Alpha Epsilon Pi A.I.Ch.E. Richard M. King Glastonbury, Connecticut Delta Sigma Tau Fencing; Glee Club; Octet. Rene Bernard LaPierre Webster, Massachusetts Phi Sigma Kappa Hockey, Asst. Mgr.; A.I.Ch.E.; I.F.C.; "Peddler", Sr. Ed.; Arts Society, Vice-Pres.; Who's Who; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Delta Epsilon. Robert Hollis Loring Needham, Massachusetts Phi Gamma Delta Cross Country; A.I.Ch.E.; Tech Senate; "Tech News". Nautical Club; Ski Club; Tau Beta Pi; Chemical Honor Society. t\ 'fj Prof. John M. Petrie 72 Prof. C. William Shipman Joseph John Maggi Glastonbury, Connecticut Theta Chi Pi Delta Epsilon. Pres.: A.I.Ch.E.: I.F.C.: Fra- ternity Pres.; "Peddler". Sr. Ed.; "Tech News"; Newman Club; Band, Bus. Mgr.; Rifle Club; Ski Club; Who's Who John Wayne Miller Worcester, Massachusetts Tennis. "W", Capt; A.I.Ch.E. John B. IMano East Hampton, Connecticut Phi Gamma Delta A.I.Ch.E.; Newman Club; Nautical Club; Row- ing Club. Paul F. McDonagh Norwood, Massachusetts Theta Chi Hockey, "W", Co-Capt.; A.I Ch.E ; I.F.C.: Fra- ternity Vice-Pres.; Newman Club; Ski Club; Scabbard and Blade. 73 Kenneth George Schurzky Framingham, Massachusetts Sigma Alpha Epsilon Chemical Honor Society, Vice-Pres.; Tau Beta Pi. Pres.; A.I.Ch.E.. Vice-Pres. William Ernest Tanzer Rochester, New York Phi Kappa Theta Baseball. "W"; A.I.Ch.E.; "Tech News" Up Ed.; Newman Club; Varsity Club. Make- Charles Michael Wojewoda Hadley, Massachusetts Phi Kappa Theta Soccer. "W"; R.O.T.C, Capt; A.I.Ch.E.; New- man Club; Varsity Club. Edward William Piltzecker, Jr. Berlin, Massachusetts Tau Kappa Epsilon Basketball; Golf; A.I.Ch E . Rifle Club 74 Dr. Imre Zwiebel, Asst. Prof. Frederick H. Podlenski Montague, Massachusetts A.I.Ch.E.; Band. Warren Bosley Zepp, Jr. Boylston, Massachusetts Lacrosse; A.l.Ch.E. Joseph Richard Pyzik Windsor, Connecticut Theta Chi Cross Country; Soccer; A.l.Ch.E.; "Peddler" Ski Club. Bruce F. Rogers Rye, New York Tau Kappa Epsilon Swimming; R.O T.C.. Major: A.l.Ch.E.: Council of Pres.; Alpha Phi Omega: Nautical Club; Rifle Club. Nelson F. Thune Briarcliff Manor, New York Sigma Phi Epsilon Hockey. "W"; Lacrosse. "W"; Class Sec; A.l.Ch.E.: "Peddler": "Tech News", Sports Ed.; Frosh Directory; Ski Club; Varsity Club; Who's Who: Pi Delta Epsilon. 75 Prof. Robert C. Plumb Head of Division CHEMISTRY 76 Dr. William D. Hobey, Asst. Prof Prof. Wilbur B. Bridgman Howard S. Bilofsky Dr. Ladislav H. Berka, Asst. Prof. 77 Dr. Subrata Ghose, Asst. Prof. Dr. Monroe V. Evans, Associate Prof. Ce Pr Nd Pm Si w*c uur wji rwT) at Arra Nergararian 78 Prof. David Todd Hiram W. Phillips 79 James A. Kaufman Noel M. Potter Turners Falls, Massachusetts Skeptical Chyms. Pres.; Council of Pres.; Shield; Alpha Phi Omega; Camera Club; Chess Club; Masque; Tau Beta Pi; Chemical Honor Society; Pi Mu Epsilon. Jonathan Aldrich Titus Greenlawn, New York Theta Chi R.O.T.C, Capt.; ACS.; Skeptical Chyms.; Coun- cil of Pres.; "Peddler"; Radio Club; Rifle Club William Elbert Cobb Worcester. Massachusetts Skeptical Chyms. Vice- Pres . Shield. Chemical Honor Society Richard Allen Ormsbee Floral Park. New York ACS. Skeptical Chyms. Shield, Rifle Club 80 Dr. Alfred A Scala, Asst. Prof. Dr. Stephen J. Weininger, Asst. Prof. William Ortone Messer Waterbury. Connecticut Theta Chi A.I.Ch.E.; Newman Club; Ski Club. Richard Hubert Court, Jr. South Woodstock, Connecticut Sigma Alpha Epsilon Skeptical Chyms.; I.F.C.; Glee Club. Robert R. Demers Rehoboth, Massachusetts Alpha Tau Omega A.I.Ch.E.; Skeptical Chyms.; Newman Club. Gary Stephen Rosen Worcester, Massachusetts A.C.S.: Semi Simple Group; Skeptical Chyms.; Bridge Club; Chess Club. 81 CIVIL ENGINEERING Prof. Carl H. Koontz Head of Department Roger Criswell Binkerd Plantsville, Connecticut Sigma Phi Epsilon Football; Lacrosse. "W". A S C E William Francis Carboni Ridgefield. Connecticut Lambda Chi Alpha A.S.C.E.; I.F.C; 'Tech News" Paul Batistla Cherubini Clinton. Massachusetts Phi Kappa Theta Football. A S C E Newman Club 82 Wayne Michael Chiapperini Groton, Connecticut Lambda Chi Alpha Football. "W": A.S.C.E.; Alpha Phi Omega; Camera Club; Rifle Club Roy Charles Fedotoff Amityville, New York Sigma Phi Epsilon Baseball; Basketball; Swimming. Ass't. Mgr. A.S.C.fc. John Fiore, Jr. Huntington. Long Island Phi Gamma Delta Baseball. "W"; Wrestling; A.S.C.E.; I.F.C.; New- man Club. Joseph D. Sage, Asst. Prof. J. 1 ' I 1 Phillip James Clark Verona, New Jersey A.S.C.E.; Glee Club; Masque; Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon. David A. Farr 83 Charles Howard Goodspeed III Norway. Maine Sigma Phi Epsilon Football; Lacrosse: A.S.C.E. Richard Curtis Graham Sutton, Massachusetts Sigma Alpha Epsilon A.S.C.E, Richard M. Gutkowski Worcester. Massachusetts Theta Chi R.O.T.C. 1st. Lt.; A.S.C.E.; "Peddler"; Newman Club; Chi Epsilon. Steven Jerry Frymer Worcester, Massachusetts A.S.C.E.; Council of Pres.; Shield; Bridge Club: Chess Club Prof. A. Fattah Chalabi 84 Robert W. Fitzgerald, Asst. Prof. Joseph Francis Kieronski Uxbridge, Massachusetts A.S.C.E. Edward Francis Lally, Jr. Windsor. Connecticut Phi Gamma Delta Cross Country; A S.C.E. Allen James Ikalainen Princeton. Massachusetts A.S.C.E.; Newman Club. William Roswell Hvatt Meriden. Connecticut Phi Gamma Delta Hockey. Mgr.; Lacrosse. "W"; Soccer. "W", Co-Capt: A.S.C.E., Vice-Pres.; "Peddler"; Var- sity Club; Skull; Who's Who. 85 Armand J. Silva, Associate Prof. L~ James Christopher Lefevre Forestville, Connecticut Alpha Tau Omega Lacrosse. Soccer: A S C E . Glee Club. Chi Epsilon Dan Bernard Levinson Worcester. Massachusetts A S C E . Chi Epsilon Stephen Francis Nasiatka, Jr. Monson. Massachusetts A S C E . Shiold Newman Club 86 Lawrence Edward Nelson Bristol, Connecticut Theta Chi Soccer; A.S.C.E.; "Peddler"; Newman Club; Band; Debating Club; Pershing Rifles. Eduardo Agustin Mendez Hato Rey. Puerto Rico Phi Gamma Delta A.S.C.E. Orlando Rafael Mendez Hato Rey, Puerto Rico Phi Gamma Delta A.S.C.E. Ronald Joseph Ochman Stratford, Connecticut Theta Chi Soccer; Swimming. "W"; R.O.T.C., 1st. Lt.; A.S.C.E.; "Peddler"; Alpha Phi Omega. Richard W. Lamothe, Asst. Prof. 87 Peter Roland Picard Manchaug, Massachusetts Baseball; A.S.C.E.; Chi Epsilon. William Rogers Provincetown, Massachusetts Theta Chi A.S.C.E.: Chi Epsilon. Charles Jay Sisitsky Springfield, Massachusetts Alpha Epsilon Pi A.S.C.E.; I.F.C.; Hillel Club; Lens and Lights Club. Frederick M. Turcotte Clinton, Massachusetts Sigma Phi Epsilon Football. Ass't Mgr. . Lacrosse; AS C E Alan S. Marcus, Asst. Prof. 88 B. Allen Benjamin, Adjunct Prof. John Thomas Turick Ansonia, Connecticut Football, "W"; Track, "W"; Wrestling, "W": A.S.C.E.; Shield; Newman Club; Alpha Phi Omega; Varsity Club. James L. Viele Morrisville, Vermont Theta Chi Soccer, "W", Co-Capt; A.S.C.E.; "Peddler" Ski Club. Capt.; Varsity Club; Who's Who. Wayne Thomas Wirtanen Clinton, Massachusetts A.S.C.E. 89 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Prof. Glen A. Richardson Head of Department Eugene Joseph Baldrate Ludlow, Massachusetts Phi Kappa Theta Football. "W", Co-Capt; Lacrosse, "W"; Coun- cil of Pres.; Student Service Council; "Tech News"; Tech Bible; Varsity Club; Skull, Who's Who. Joseph Michael Archambeault Oxford, Massachusetts Fencing; Swimming. R T C . 1sl Ll Allan T. Buros, Jr Winchester. Massachusetts Hoi key Edward Francis Adamczyk Wakefield. Massachusetts Fencing. Nowman Club. Lons and Lights Club 90 Robert Charles Bell Yalesville, Connecticut Delta Sigma Tau Fraternity Sec; Band- Gary Edward Bossak Bristol. Connecticut Phi Kappa Theta Baseball. "W": Soccer; "Tech News" Club; Eta Kappa Nu Newman Peter John Bondy Little Falls. New Jersey Phi Sigma Kappa Radio Club. Richard Leon Bonin Woonsocket, Rhode Island Phi Sigma Kappa Rifle Club. Wilhelm H. Eggimann, Associate Prof. 91 David Raymond Collette Watertown, Massachusetts Phi Kappa Theta Lacrosse. "W"; Newman Club; Eta Kappa Nu. Robert John Dashner Meriden, Connecticut Newman Club; Lens and Lights Club. Pres.; Radio Club; Council of Pres Robert J. Dhein Bound Brook, New Jersey Theta Chi IEEE.. Vice-Pres.; Nautical Club; Radio Club. James P. Dunn Deimar, New York Tau Kappa Epsilon I.E.E.E.; "Peddler"; "Tech News"; Band; Boyn- tonians; Camera Club; Lens and Light Club. Carmen Michael Delia Vecchia New Haven, Connecticut Phi Kappa Theta Football. "W". Co-Capt; Track; Wrestling; "Tech News"; Newman Club; Alpha Phi Omega; Varsity Club Archie K. McCurdy, Asst. Prof 92 John D. Sherrick Wallace Paul Fini Leominster, Massachusetts Theta Chi Pi Delta Epsilon. Treas.; IEEE; Tech Senate; Council of Pres.. Speaker; "Peddler"; Sr. Ed.; Debating Club. Pres.; Who's Who; Pi Delta Epsilon j^^^BHHBHM^^^^H , .,....--.---.-.........._."..-...-..... Athanasios H. Canatsoulis Athens, Greece Sigma Alpha Epsilon I.E.E.E.; Glee Club; Cosmopolitan Club. George Bertram Dodson Swansea, Massachusetts Sigma Pi Wrestling; Radio Club; Rifle Club. Emilio J. Fernandez Worcester, Massachusetts I.E.E.E. 93 Russell H. Krackhardt, Associate Prof. Raymond Joseph Fortin West Boylston. Massachusetts Ski Team; IEEE. Club. "Peddler"; Cosmopolitan Wayne Calvert Garth Cranston, Rhode Island Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity Sec; I.E.E.E.; P.C.F.: Glee Club. Vice- Pres.; Masque. Treas.; Eta Kappa Nu. Rein Charles Freeberg East Haven, Connecticut Sigma Pi IEEE., Chess Club. Radio Club Philip Raymond Gaudet Middletown, Rhode Island Sigma Pi I.F.C.: Newman Club. Radio Club. Rifle Club Francis Allan Gay Greenville. Rhode Island Sigma Pi I.E.E E . Newman Club Pi Mu Epsilon 94 Prof. Owen W. Kennedy Ronald S. Gosk Auburn, Massachusetts Sigma Alpha Epsllon Golf; IEEE. Dana Charles Finlayson Worcester, Massachusetts Allen Bradford Gnswold West Hartford, Connecticut Band. Paul G. Amazeen 95 Peter M. Herron Melrose, Massachusetts Theta Chi IEEE.; "Peddler"; Auto Club; Nautical Club. Robert Andrew Kennedy III Brockton, Massachusetts Lambda Chi Alpha Hockey; "Tech News"; Newman Club. James Miller Lawson, Jr. Worcester, Massachusetts Phi Kappa Theta Basketball, "W"; IEEE.; I.F.C.; "Tech News" Newman Club Joel B. Kameron New Bedford, Massachusetts Pi Mu Epsilon Prof. Douglas E. Howes 96 Matheos S. Kalfayan Thessaloniki, Greece I.E.E.E.; "Peddler"; Alpha Phi Omega; Cosmo- politan Club. Prof. William W. Locke Richard Gade Jewell Swampscott, Massachusetts I.E.E.E.; Band; Camera Club, Vice- Pres. David Paul Kokalis Maynard, Massachusetts I.E.E.E. Anthony Francis Kunsaitis, Jr. Worcester, Massachusetts R.O.T.C. 1st. Lt. 97 Prof. William B. Wadsworth Stephen Robert Luber Silver Spring, Maryland Alpha Epsilon Pi Wrestling; J. P. Chairman; Class Historian; IEEE.: Tech Senate. Pres.: Council of Pres: "Tech News", Man. Ed.; Rowing Club; Who s Who; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Pi Delta Epsilon. Frank D. Manter Hudson, Massachusetts Theta Chi Track; R.O.T.C, Capt.; I.E.E.E., Pres.; Council of Pres.; "Peddler", Ad. Mgr.; Band; Rifle Club; Pi Delta Epsilon Robert J. Lockwood Worcester, Massachusetts Band. Ski Club John W. Lovell Middleboro. Massachusetts R O T C 1st Lt . Rifle Club, "W". Pres David W. Loomis Westerly. Rhode Island Bridge Club. Pi Mu Epsilon 98 Robert Real Michelin Franklin, New Hampshire Sigma Pi Fencing; I.E.E.E.; I.F.C.; Newman Club. Paul Joseph Milne Worcester, Massachusetts Tau Kappa Epsilon IEEE.; Newman Club; Alpha Phi Omega. Arnold Robert Miller Brockton, Massachusetts Alpha Epsilon Pi IEEE: Semi Simple Group; Rifle Club. Ronald A. Mucci Brockton, Massachusetts Theta Chi Eta Kappa Nu, Pres.; I.E.E.E.; "Peddler"; Cam- era Club; Rifle Club. Donald C. Eteson, Asst. Prof. 99 Richard G. Beschle, Associate Prof. Eric Oskari Pisila Pomfret Center, Connecticut Chess Club- Herbert Stanley Riddle Paxton, Massachusetts Newman Club. Prof. William R. Grogan Peter W. Mullin Lincoln. Rhode Island 100 Thomas Allan Ricchi Pittsfield, Massachusetts Theta Chi Wrestling; R.O.T.C, 1st. Lt; "Peddler"; New- man Club; Rifle Club. Ralph Clifford Olesen Syosset, New York Alpha Tau Omega E.E.E.; Masque. Richard B. Plummer Princeton, New Jersey Tau Kappa Epsilon Cheerleader; Camera Club; Radio Club John Joseph Perrone Haverhill, Massachusetts Baseball; Newman Club. James Patrick O'Rourke Worcester, Massachusetts Alpha Phi Omega; I.E.E.E. George E. Stannard, Associate Prof. 101 Joseph Paul Slocik Greenfield Center, New York Phi Sigma Kappa IEEE.; Newman Club; Rifle Club; Ski Club; Fraternity Pres Robert C. Shen Hong Kong, China Cosmopolitan Club; Lens and Lights Club; Radio Club. Steven Edward Schumer Flushing, New York Alpha Epsilon Pi Tennis; "Tech News"; Lens and Lights Club. James Edward Shea Worcester. Massachusetts Theta Chi IEEE.; Rifle Club. 102 Dr. Harit V. Majmudar, Associate Prof. Prof. William H. Roadstrum Carl Richard Schenker Freedom, New Hampshire Tau Kappa Epsilon R.O.T.C.. Capt; Tech Bible; Alpha Phi Omega: Radio Club. Edward Gavin Semple Needham, Massachusetts Tau Kappa Epsilon R.O.T.C. Maj.: Alpha Phi Omega: Radio Club: Rifle Club. John Edward Shanaghan East Haddam, Connecticut IEEE.; Newman Club; Rifle Club. Richard Alan Shaw Pawtucket, Rhode Island Basketball; Shield; Eta Kappa Nu. Dean Winston Schoenfeld Worcester, Massachusetts Wrestling; R.O.T.C, Capt.; Rifle Club. "W" 103 John H. Sistare Stephen Brian Statz Lynbrook, New York Phi Kappa Theta R.O.T.C. Capt; IEEE.; "Tech News"; New- man Club: Glee Club; Lens and Lights Club. Paul Gerald Trudel Montague, Massachusetts I.E.E.E.; Council of Pres., Treas.; Shield. Pres.; "Peddler", Bus. Mgr.; Newman Club; Who's Who; Eta Kappa Nu. John E. Sonne Utica. New York Alpha Epsilon Pi Cheerleader Irving Paul Swatzburg New London. Connecticut Bridge Club, Ski Club 104 Prof. Romeo L Moruzzi Gilbert H. Owyang, Associate Prof. John Louis Stumpp Bristol, Connecticut Sigma Phi Epsilon Swimming. "W"; Cheerleader: Class Treas.; I.F.C.: Fraternity Pres ; Skull; Who s Who; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu. R.O.T.C Rifles. John P. Turek East Hartford. Connecticut 1st. Lt.; Newman Club; Pershing Robert Carlton Young Briarcliff Manor, New York Sigma Phi Epsilon Football; Lacrosse; Wrestling; I.E.E.E. Jonathan Philip Worthley Barrington, Rhode Island Sigma Alpha Epsilon Cross Country: Track; "Tech News"; Glee Club; Cosmopolitan Club; Nautical Club. 105 James Hensel, Asst. Prof. ENGLISH Charles R. Heventhal Jr., Asst. Prof. Richard H. Roche, Asst. Prof. -.1. .-..-. ai3«|S»5IEaeitaai9CMBaM3CM Prof. Edwin Higginbottom, Head of Department Arthur A. Kennedy, Jr., Associate Prof. Theodore H. Packard, Associate Prof David P. McKay, Asst. Prof. 108 Thomas C. Melbert Edmund M. Hayes 109 HISTORY AND MODERN LANGUAGES Prof. Claude K. Scheifley Head of Department Prof. Donald E. Johnson 1 Bill \?5j MM no Arthur W. Back, Associate Prof. Martin S. Goldman James E. Mooney 111 MANAGEMENT ENGINEERING ECONOMICS. GOVERNMENT AND BUSINESS Prof. Albert J. Schwieger Head of Department "HIH 112 Joseph R. Mancuso Paul Schneiderman ■ I George J. Burak, Asst. Prof. s ederick R. Strobel 113 Thaddeus H. Roddenbery. Associate Prof. Frank E. Magiera Webster, Massachusetts Phi Kappa Theta Football, "W"; Lacrosse. "W"; W.P.I. A.A.; Tech Senate; Council of Pres.; "Peddler"; "Tech News", Editor-in-Chief; Glee Club; Varsity Club; Skull; Who's Who; Pi Delta Epsilon. Raymond Cochrane Rogers Northboro. Massachusetts Sigma Phi Epsilon Basketball, "W"; Lacrosse, "W"; Jr.&Sr. Class Pres: Skull, Pres.; Tech Senate: Council of Pres.; Band: Varsity Club; Who's Who. 114 James W. Wightman, Asst. Prof. Leonard Joseph Lamberti Framingham, Massachusetts S.A.M., Pres.; Tech Senate. "Tech News". Fea- tures Ed : Who's Who; Pi Delta Epsilon Arthur H. Rouetti Waterford, Connecticut Sigma Alpha Epsilon 'Peddler." Robert David Watkins Millbury, Massachusetts R.O.T.C., Capt ■af William J. McCann, Jr. Worcester. Massachusetts Fencing: R.O.T.C. Major; S.A.M.; Newman Club; Pershing Rifles; Ritle Club; Scabbard and Blade. George Edward Batten, Jr. Natick, Massachusetts Sigma Phi Epsilon Football. "W"; Lacrosse: Swimming. "W" Mgr.; Track; Who's Who. Prof. Nicholas L. Onorato 115 MATHEMATICS Prof. Elliott L. Buell Head of Department Dr. William J. Hardell. Associate Prof. Vincent F. Connolly. Asst. Prof. 116 Richard N. Cobb, John E. Sinclair Professor of Mathematics Gordon C. Branche, Asst. Prof. Dr. Edward A. Newburg, Associate Prof. 1 17 Prof. Ralph D. Nelson Bernard Howard, Asst. Prof. Charles Konopka Walter I Wells 118 Dr. Luke N. Zaccaro, Associate Prof. Bruce C. McQuarrie, Asst. Prof. Richard V. Olson 119 Francis Richard Chiarillo Bloomfield, Connecticut R.O.T.C. 1st Lt ; Shield; Bridge Club; Rifle Club. Edward S. Ciarpella Fall River, Massachusetts IEEE.; Shield. John Roger Daugherty Coulee Dam, Washington Sigma Phi Epsilon Football, "W"; Glee Club, Pres.; Octet; Alpha Phi Omega Paul F. Granchelli Waltham. Massachusetts Sigma Pi Newman Club. Chess Club 120 Prof. John P. van Alstyne Peter A. Christopher Robert Edward DelMigris East Hartford, Connecticut Lambda Chi Alpha Semi Simple Group. Vice-Pres.: Council of Pres.; "Peddler"; Newman Club. Pres.: Pi Mu Epsilon. Robert Edward Gohsler East Haven, Connecticut Lambda Chi Alpha Basketball: Semi Simple Group. Sec; "Tech News"; Newman Club. Edward Angelo Gallo Torrington. Connecticut Alpha Tau Omega Track: ROTC Major; Semi Simple Group; Council of Pres.: Newman Club: Chess Club: Rifle Club: Pi Mu Epsilon; Scabbard and Blade. Ronald James Gordon Whippany. New Jersey Phi Gamma Delta Soccer. "W"; Tennis. "W"; Semi Simple Group: Fraternity Pres.; "Peddler"; Newman Club: Var- sity Club. Stephen Ray Alpert Needham. Massachusetts Tau Kappa Epsilon Track. Ass't. Mgr,; Pi Mu Epsilon. Sec; Semi Simple Group. Pres.; Tech Bible. Ed.; Alpha Phi Omega. Vice-Pres.: Radio Club; Rifle Club. 121 Warren E. Chase Kent T. Penniman Bergenfield, New Jersey Russell Allen Lukes Newton, Massachusetts Semi Simple Group. Alan Henry Miller Garden City South, New York IEEE.. Semi Simple Group; Pi Mu Epsilon Leonard Eugene Odell Bristol, Connecticut Phi Kappa Theta I.F.C.; Fraternity Vice-Pres.; Pi Mu Epsilon John Edward Rogozewski, Jr. Glen Cove, New York Sigma Phi Epsilon Lacrosse. "W". ROTC. Capt . Scabbard and Blade 122 Dr. William B. Miller, Associate Prof. John Louis Kilguss Cranston, Rhode Island Tau Kappa Epsilon Cross Country; Wrestling Mgr.; Class Sec; I.E.E.E.; Semi-Simple Group; Council of Pres.; I.F.C.. Pres.; Fraternity Vice-Pres.; Skull; Who s Who; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Mu Epsilon; Eta Kappa Nu Peter Heermance Tallman Rye Beach, New Hamsphire Hockey, "W"; R.O.T.C, Capt; IEEE.: Nautical Club: Pi Mu Epsilon. Herman Anthony Wojdylak, Jr. Gardner, Massachusetts Shield; Newman Club. Ramon C. Scott, Asst. Prof. 123 Prof. Donald N. Zwiep Head of Department MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Dr. Raymond R. Hagglund Associate Prof. William B. Peirce 124 John A. Mayer Jr., Asst. Prof. Prof. Frank S. Finlayson Prof. Kenneth E. Scott 125 Herbert W. Yankee, Associate Prof. I Albert G. Ferron George E. Schmidt, Jr. 126 Walter A. Kistler, Asst. Prof. rHf**\ Dr. James H. Brann, Asst. Prof. 127 Prof. Leslie C. Wilbur Frank M. Amazeen Wakefield, Massachusetts Cross Country. "W"; Rowing Club. Russell Phillip Bone Needham, Massachusetts Band: Glee Club; Camera Club. Charles Thomas Blanchard Worcester, Massachusetts Phi Sigma Kappa Football; ASM E John Claude Boutet Jefferson. Massachusetts "Peddler". Camera Club. Cosmopolitan Club. Vice-Pres ; Pi Tau Sigma 128 Prof Ray C. Johnson John H. Whenman, Associate Prof. Francis John Brady West Springfield, Massachusetts ;'^ -** <> - * " \V Herbert Rutherford Brown East Rochester, New York Sigma Phi Epsilon Wrestling, "W"; Student Service Council; Var- sity Club. Daniel lllia Coifman Guayaquil, Ecador Alpha Epsilon Pi Soccer, "W"; A. S.M.E.; Hillel Club; Cosmopoli- tan Club; Nautical Club; Varsity Club. Cornelius Francis Cleary Springfield, Massachusetts Alpha Tau Omega Golf; Masque; Newman Club. 129 Stephen B. Cotter South Natick. Massachusetts Phi Gamma Delta Hockey. "W", Co-Capt.; Soccer. "W"; AS ME ; Tech Senate: Council of Pres.; "Tech News"; Varsity Club; Skull; Who's Who. Lawrence Richard Gooch Bethany, Connecticut Tau Kappa Epsilon Swimming. "W"; R.O.T.C. Maj.; P.C.F.. Pres.; Band; Alpha Phi Omega. Pres.; Who's Who; Scabbard and Blade. William Russell Cooper Newburyport, Massachusetts Sigma Phi Epsilon Basketball, Ass't. Mgr.; Football, "W", Mgr.; Lacrosse, "W"; Student Service Council; Skull; Who's Who; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma. Roy F. Bourgault, Associate Prof. 130 John Allen Facca " East Berlin, Connecticut Track. Alpha Phi Omega; "Tech News". Row ing Club Richard Edmond Degennaro New Haven, Connecticut Alpha Tau Omega Wresllmg. "W ". Masque Prof. Bernard L. Wellman Hartley T. Grandin, Jr., Asst. Prof. John Fitzgerald Dowries New Britain, Connecticut Sigma Alpha Epsilon Wrestling; Newman Club: Auto Club. Joseph Roy DeBeaumont Worcester, Massachusetts Tau Kappa Epsilon Michael F. Flood South Easton, Massachusetts Sigma Alpha Epsilon AS. ME; Auto Club; Nautical Club. 131 Gregory Joseph Goulet Putnam. Connecticut Phi Gamma Delta Baseball; Hockey. Joseph F. Goulart Wallum Lake, Rhode Island Hockey; AS. ME. Paul S. Hinkle Great Neck. New York David Kenneth Heebner Rutland. Massachusetts Sigma Phi Epsilon Baseball; Basketball. Mgr , Football; Golf. "W". Capt; Scabbard and Blade. Pres.; R.O.T.C. Lt Col.; Who's Who; Scabbard and Blade Carlton W. Staples. Associate Prof. 132 Prof. Richard B. Stewart William Robert Hopkins Worcester, Massachusetts Phi Sigma Kappa A S.M.E.; Auto Club: Rifle Club. John Elliott Hitchcock Shaker Heights, Ohio Glee Club; Auto Club; Nautical Club Alan Lewis Jankot Putnam, Connecticut . Lambda Chi Alpha Basketball; Newman Club Clinton Arthur Inglee Babylon, New York Sigma Alpha Epsilon A.S.M.E. 133 Harold S. Corey, Associate Prof. Walter A. Johnson Endicott. New York P.C.F . Auto Club. Rifle Club Bradford Arnold Johnson West Yarmouth. Massachusetts Sigma Alpha Epsilon AS M E . Treas : Council of Pres . Christian Sci- ence Org . Pres . Nautical Club. Pres . Pi Tau Sigma Roland Arthur Jolicoeur Worcester. Massachusetts Phi Kappa Theta Peddler" Sales Mgr . Mgr . Rowing Club "Tech News'. Bus 134 Thomas Anthony Keenan West Hartford. Connecticut Phi Gamma Delta Track John Philip Keir Framingham, Massachusetts Theta Chi A.S.M.E.. Peddler". Newman Club; Pi Tau Sigma. Dennis A. Kosciusko Auburn, Massachusetts Mitchell Paul Koziol Hartford. Connecticut Rifle Club. Roger R. Borden, Asst. Prof. 135 Prof. Leslie J. Hooper Alan Everett Larson Oxford, Massachusetts "Tech News"; Pi Tau Sigma. Roy P. Lindquist Avon, Massachusetts Soccer; A.S.M.E.; Rifle Club; R.O.T.C. 1st. Lt. ^-. 136 Dr. Peter A. Larsen. Asst Prof Leon Eric Krals Oxford. Massachusetts Alpha Tau Omega A S M E Demolay Joseph Anthony Lagana Meridan, Connecticut Lambda Chi Alpha Track. "W", Capt.: A.S.M.E.; Fraternity Sec. Newman Club James A. Londregan Waterford. Connecticut Sigma Alpha Epsilon A.S.M.E.: Nautical Club: Ski Club. Donald Grant Lutz Hopedale, Massachusetts Sigma Phi Epsilon Baseball. "W", Co-Capt.: Basketball. "W", Capt: Soccer. "W": W.P.I.A. A.. Pres.: Sr. Class Vice-Pres : Tech Senate. Sec.-Treas.; Varsity Club: Skull: Who's Who. \ V =7 r David R. Malley Providence, Rhode Island Sigma Alpha Epsilon IEEE.: A.S.M.E.: Auto Club: Radio Club. James W. Manning Newington, Connecticut Alpha Tau Omega A.S.M.E.: Rifle Club. Prof. Hans Gerber 137 Dr. Charles C. Reynolds, Associate Prof. Richard Stuart IMeff Rockville, Connecticut Theta Chi Pi Tau Sigma, Pres.; A.S.M.E., Vice-Pres.; "Ped- dler." Leslie Julian Payne Astoria, New York Phi Kappa Theta Football: Track; A.S.M.E.; Newman Club. Robert Gavin McAndrew Richard C. Olson Calvin Edward Phillips Pittsford, New York Wellesley. Massachusetts North Grafton, Massachusetts Tau Kappa Epsilon ASM E mSM E ASM E 138 William Francis Pratt Warwick, Rhode Island Sigma Alpha Epsilon A.S.M.E.: Newman Club: Nautical Club; Rifle Club. Frank Harold Pyle Meriden, Connecticut Alpha Tau Omega AS M.E.; Masque; Nautical Club. Charles Fenton Proctor Oxford, Massachusetts Sigma Pi Lacrosse; Wrestling; A.I.Ch.E.; A.S.M.E.; Skep- tical Chyms.; Auto Club; Rifle Club; Varsity Club. Robert Daniel Renn Kensington. Connecticut Theta Chi Baseball. Ass't. Mgr.; Pi Tau Sigma, Corres. Sec; A.S.M.E.. Pres.; Council of Pres.; Fra- ternity Treas.; "Peddler". Editor-in-Chief; Skull; Who's Who; Pi Delta Epsilon. Prof. Frederick A. Anderson 139 Alden T. Roys Richard David Salwitz Pittsfield, Massachusetts asm E Lester Lee Small Spencer, Massachusetts Newman Club; Rifle Club; Pi Tau Sigma. Raymond Paul Sequin Worcester, Massachusetts Phi Kappa Theta Football. Track. "Tech News". Newman Club Gunnar John Stalemark Armonk. New York Sigma Phi Epsilon Lacrosse; Soccer David Kingsbury Smith Cleveland, Ohio Alpha Tau Omega A S M E . Auto Club 140 Prof. Kenneth G. Merriam Lawrence Neil Sullivan Worcester, Massachusetts Newman Club: Band; Auto Club: Ski Club. A John Hollis Soulliere Warwick, Rhode Island Phi Kappa Theta Football, "W"; Hockey: Lacrosse; "Tech News". Sports Ed.; Newman Club; Varsity Club; Pi Delta Epsilon. Peter G. Shanley Meriden, Connecticut Theta Chi R.O.T.C. Capt: A.S.M.E.: "Peddler", Sr. Ed.; Newman Club; Pi Delta Epsilon. Dr. John M. Boyd, Associate Prof. 141 Alan Henry Suydam Huntington, New York Sigma Pi Nautical Club. Richard A. Symonds Vernon, Connecticut Tau Kappa Epsilon Football; R.O.T.C, 1st. Lt; I.F.C.; Band; Boyn- tonians; Glee Club; Alpha Phi Omega; Ski Club; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; Scabbard and Blade. %i9* *&< m* Harry Ellsworth Taylor West Hartford, Connecticut Phi Gamma Delta Tennis. George Thomas Thrasher Whitman, Massachusetts Alpha Tau Omega Football; Track: A.S.M.E.; I.F.C.; Fraternity Pres. 4 m Robert J. Hall, Associate Prof. 142 Dr. Charles L. Feldman, Asst. Prof. Duncan Craig Vandenberg Stratford, Connecticut Tau Kappa Epsilon R.O.T.C, Maj.; Band. Pres.; Boyntonians. Elliot Foster Whipple Attleboro, Massachusetts Tau Kappa Epsilon Swimming. "W"; A.S.M.E.; Pi Tau Sigma. Gary K. Willis Mansfield. Massachusetts Alpha Tau Omega Basketball; I.F.C.; Masque. 143 MILITARY SCIENCE Major Leon B. Hittner i -.jr.- ^ f - 1£M «sr j) -^^? ^^^i • * Capt. Roy B. Burns Major Felix L. Casipit, Jr. 144 Lt. Col. Ralph E. McClain, Head of Department Major Rodney W. Logan Lt. Col. Charles R. Horton 145 SFC Malcolm L. Leavitt Spec. 5 Richard E. Gorman ', * «£ S/Sgt. Vernon E. Johnson 146 SFC Herbert D. Mello B I Sgt. Major Melvin E. Cushing 14: PHYSICS Prof. Allan E. Parker, Head of Department Theodore H. Ansbacher, Asst. Prof. John J. Boyle 148 Prof. Benjamin A. Wooten Donald W. Howe, Jr., Associate Prof. 149 Prof. Richard F. Morton Dr. Raymond Goloskie, Asst. Prof. ■ 119 m 7 i Dr. John C. Garth, Asst. Prof. Van F. W. Bluemel. Asst. Prof. Prof. Jerald A. Weiss Robert Long, II Dr. Karl D. Swartz, Asst. Prof. Prof - K "rt L. Mayer 151 Dr. Louis P. Granath, Associate Prof. Gregory R. Blackburn Windsor Locks. Connecticut Theta Chi Student Service Council "Peddler". "Tech News' . Ass't Copy Ed . Who s Who, Tau Beta Pi. Pi Mu Epsilon Alan Charles Bouley Worcester. Massachusetts A IP . Pres . Council of Pres . Rifle Club Curtis Raymond Carlson Cranston. Rhode Island Alpha Tau Omega Swimming. 'W '. Co-Capt . Who's Who. Tau Beta Pi 152 Robert Henry Caron Hadley Falls. Massachusetts Tennis; A. I. P.; Newman Club; Band; Boynton- ians; Cosmopolitan Club. Kenneth Harry Rex Mansfield, Massachusetts Alpha Tau Omega A.I. P.; Chess Club; Masque. Neil Michael Shea Worcester, Massachusetts A.I P.; Debating Club. George William Sipila Brooklyn, New York Shield; Rifle Club. Dr. Harold W. Hilsinger, Asst. Prof. 153 Prof. Robert W. Pritchard, Head of Department PHYSICAL EDUCATION Charles R. McNulty, Associate Prof. Robert A. Devlin, Asst. Prof. 154 John A. Vino Frank W. Grant "M 1 / Merl Norcross, Asst. Prof. Alan King, Asst. Prof. 155 honors SKULL ". . . dignity lies in deserving honors not in possessing them. . . " Donald G. Lutz Raymond C. Rogers, Jr. William W Goudie, William R Cooper 158 John L. Stumpp. Eugene J. Baldrate William R. Hyatt Robert D. Renn Frank E. Magiera, John L. Kilguss, Stephen B. Cotter 159 WHO'S WHO Right: William R. Cooper Stephen B. Cotter George E Batten, Jr. , | Lawrence R Gooch 160 Raymond C. Rogers, Jr. Donald G. Lutz i John L. Stumpp Curtis R. Carlson 161 Right: John L. Kilguss Below: David K. Heebner Eugene J. Baldrate Robert D Renn Frank E Magiera 162 Right: Gregory R. Blackburn Below: William R. Hyatt Joseph J. Maggi Rene B. La Pierre 163 Stephen R. Luber Top: Peter J Dickerson Bottom: Leonard J Lamberti 164 Center: Paul G Trudel Bottom Wallace P. Fini Nelson F. Thune 1 tI v rSS H 91 I ^^^■i Wtk Jg ^ Top: William W. Goudie Bottom: Thomas E. Kelley 165 TAU BETA PI ". . . to foster a spirit of liberal cul- ture in the engineering colleges of America . . . through . . . distin- guished scholarship and exemplary character as undergraduates. " John L. Stumpp, Stephen R. Luber. Kenneth G. Shurzky, Rene B. Lapierre, Gregory R. Blackburn Robert H. Loring. William R. Cooper, Curtis R. Carlson. Phillip J. Clark Peter J Dickerson. Richard A Symonds. Noel M Potter. John L Kilguss 166 ETA KAPPA NU ". . . to promote interest in electrical engineering as well as to reward students for character, leadership and potential to succeed. . ." Left: John L. Kilguss Below: Ronald A. Mucci, Stephen R. Luber Paul G. Trudel, David R. Collette. Gary E. Bossak Richard A. Shaw, John L. Stumpp. Wayne C. Garth 167 CHI EPSILON ". . . to honor exceptional members of the Civil Engineering Dept. who exemplify scholarship, character, practicality and sociability. " James C. Lefevre Below: Daniel B. Levenson ' Vv ' Phillip J. Clark. William N Rogers. Richard M Gutkowski 168 Bradford A. Johnson, Lester L. Smai; Elliot F. Whipple, John C. Boutet, Robert D. Renn, Richard A Symonds PI TAU SIGMA ". . . dedicated to the furthering of the profes- sion of mechanical engineering . . . and to de- velop. . . a feeling of sound engineering ethics. ' Harold S. Corey, Richard S. Neff, William R. Cooper, John P. Keir 169 CHEMICAL HONOR SOCIETY ". . . to bestow honor upon those students of chemistry and chemical engineering who have proven themselves worthy ..." Joseph M. Danis, Noel M. Potter, Roger L. Gariepy = :<. Robert H Loring. William W Goudie. Kenneth G Schurzky. Peter J Dickerson 170 PI MU EPSILON ". . . to promote scholarly activity in mathematics among students in aca- demic institutions. " Left: John L. Kilguss, Leonard E. Odell, Jr., Noel M. Potter, Gregory R. Blackburn Below: Peter H. Tallman, Joel B. Kameron, Francis A. Gay David W. Loomis, Alan H. Miller Robert E. DeNigris, Stephen R. Alpert, Edward A. Gallo 171 PI DELTA EPSILON ". . . to elevate the cause of journalism . . . and to reward the journalists for their efforts, servi- ces and accomplishments. " Peter G. Shanley, Wallace P. Fini WW- ""~ Charles L. Blake, Frank E. Magiera Leonard J. Lamberti, Stephen R. Luber Joseph J Maggl. Nelson F. Thune John H Soulliere 172 Rene 8 LaPierre. Frank D Manter Thomas E Kelly. Robert D Renn John E. Rogozenski. Jr., David G. Heebner, Major Leon B. Hittner. James R. Braithwaite SCABBARD AND BLADE ". . . to recognize the outstanding members of the advanced Corps . . . for proficiency in all phases of mili- tary science. " Charles L. Blake, Paul F. McDonagh William J. McCann, Jr., Lawrence R. Gooch, John R. Cahalen, Richard A. Symonds, Edward A. Gallo, Peter J. Dickerson 173 fraternities PHI GAMMA DELTA Front: Bob Loring, Jim Lockwood, Jack Sztuka. Rear: Bob Mattson, John Nano, John Fiore, Dave Crockett, Ron Gordon- Pres.. Dick Wallahora, Doug Nelson. r- 1 i^"^ i nil 176 Front: Dick Steeves. Dick Drolet. Rear: Rog Miles. Mike Moylan, Ed Lally. Dan Hess. Bob Johnson. Ed Zakrzewski, Mike Noga. Doug Pike. Front: Jocko Thompson, Eric Nickerson. Rear: Pete Dickerson. Pete Grosch. Ed- uardo Mendez. Rick Spreter. John Pelli. Bob Mulcahy. Orlando Mendez-Treas.. Kerry Payne. 177 Mike McCormick. Don Harding. Paul Dresser, Dave Whittle, Earl Spinks. Steve Cotter, Dave Potter, Tom Kee- nan-Historian. Al Prucnal, Kal Ngoon. Jorge Fernandez-Silva. Dick Roy, Harry Taylor, Doug Morash, Fred Eckert, Pete Denoncourt, Bill Mahoney, Pete Holcombe. Dave Healy, Doug Klaucke 178 Front: Bill Whitworth. Chuck Malecky. Rick Gross. Ted Lelek. Rear: Russ Snyder, Dick Palm, John Elphinstone, Kurt Benson, Bill Hyatt-Rec. Sec, Doug Riley SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Dick Court, Bill Rasku. Charlie Blake. John Taylor 180 i-YfV* Andy Piretti. Ray Stanley. Bud Janus. George Harvey. Jim Lundgren. Randy Huber. Jack Downes, Greg Cox. Joe Ferrantino. Doug Murray. Jim Ford, Roger Phelps. 181 Bill Raymond. Ray Paulk, Ken Schursky. George Vathally. Marty Marlindale. Jim Mills. Bob Slomcenski. John Szostek. Joe Adamik. Doug Unkel. Scott Wilson. Rick Follett 182 Ken Morgan. Sandy Malcolm, Dave Grad- well, Jim Crabb. Joe Davis. Dave Gumbley. John Lind. Steve Spakowsky, Jim Palmer. Bill Heald, Ev Newton. 183 ALPHA TAU OMEGA Gary Willis-Vice Pres., Curt Carlson-Sec, George Thrasher- Pres.. Ralph DeGennaro-Treas. Mike Annon, Curt Carlson, Ken Rex, Gary Willis, Ron Wendelkin, Bruce Greene, Frank Jensen, Charlie Kalauskis, Guy Rodomick, Jim Heinrich, Dave Johnson. 184 Front: Al Pauly. Frank Yazwinski. Bob Albrecht, Ed Jaloweic. Rear: Ed Gallo. Jim Manning, Neil Cleary Ron Stelmak, George dimming. 185 ABOVE RIGHT-Bob Kusy, Mike Wanczyk. Ken Roberts, Doug Kiely. Rollie Batson. Dave Andre. RIGHT-Rich Makohon. Ralph Eschborn. Chris Cowles, Dick DeGennaro, Ron Rehkamp, Rich Scaia, Hans Wennberg. Joe Danis, Bob Tolokan, Bob Gallo, John Kraska. 186 LEFT-Front: Jeff Manty, Tom Pasierb. Bill Chudzik. Rear: Bob Suzenski. Phill Bartlett, Randy Sablich. Terry Ore, Ralph Olsen, Steve Johnson. BELOW- Rich McCue. Jim Lefevre, Ken Bassman. Jim Ver- gow. Andy Heman, Greg Wirzbicki, Ralph Esch- born, Wayne Garth, Rich Robey. John Weil. 187 THETA CHI Front: Paul McDonagh-Vice Pres.. Joe Maggi-Pres. Rear: Jeff Decker-Rushing Vice Pres.. Greg Blackburn-Sec. Joel Greene-Treas. Front: Ron Ochman. Tom Rickey, Mark Freyermuth. Curl Rice. Bob Templin. Dick Neff Rear Bill Messer. Joe Pyzik. Bob Bohhn. Bob Simonds. Bill 8oyan, Felix Barlik 188 Front: Paul Acsyn, Bob Greenwald. Rear: Gerry Blod- gett, Jeff Owens. Jerry Johnson, Kent Lawson. Craig Chase. 189 Front: Pete Cronin, Mike Sullivan. Dave Baxter, Pete Shanley, Bob Anschutz. Rear: John Titus, Dave Hendrickson, Pax Gifford, John Garrity. Front: John Ober. Ken Cram. Frank Rogers, Dave Hall. Bob Brennan Rear John Lyons. Tim Mackie. Cobb Goff, Jim Rayner. Frank Corbiere. 190 Front: Rick Weeden, OX. Harris Howland. Rear: Don Holden. Jack Hoyt. Peter Anderson. Bob Gosling, Joe Senecal, Jeff Knapp. 191 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Greg Barnhart, Tom Kiely. Bob Kennedy. Jim Crabb, Domenic Forcella. Al Jankot, Bill Carboni. Bob Balducci. Dan Tanona. Front: Dave Bailey. John McLean. Stu Hurd Rear: Don Bolduc. Steve Joyce. Bill Doolittle. Joe Nappi. Bob Barrett 192 b 1 Front: Tony Ruscito. Chuck Shillito. Bill Hal- lock. Rear: John Burns, Mark Macuen. Ron Rosadini. Paul Matukaltis- 193 Front: Bob DeNigris, Mike DiPierro, Ron Lewis. Rear: Steve Cope, Nick Mauro. Tom Fitzpatrick. George McCandless. John Holmes-Sec. Front: Mike Scott. Dan Tanona, Bill Carboni-Pres . Dan Roy. Lee Gates. Frank Addessio. Doug Presley Bill Puis. Rear: Al Jankot-Vice Pres . Paul Arruda 194 R iS Front: Bob Merrit. Mike Labet. Paul Stasko. Rear: Charles Bashner. Bob Douglas, Ralph Sbrogna, Bob Wilson. Gerry Piepiora. 195 PHI SIGMA KAPPA Rene La Pierre. Andy Dileo. Steve Selinger, Hank McGuire 196 "M 5. r '- - ■>■' ■> ■\- ■ -- O "'• '# ■Oi -> ■■> •» > .. ., • •. fc. r^....., ■'*"• ^r i m ■■■ __ -i" ++&;.+*+ i la ^ - - -**» ■ ' **npi % ,^'j fe^p> ; - ■ " " '*n SSI' ! 1 t m * ^^^ Front: Frank Meoli. Ron Gurske. Mike Babin, Rich Caprioli. Walt Nagorski Surabian. Steve Bernacki. Bill Krikorian. Rear: John Lunney, Frank Kuszpa. Martin 197 First row: Dave Fagundis, Ed Borgeson, Dick Broggi. Second row: Bill Donges. Dick Lang, Tom Taylor. Third row: Bruce Robinson, Fred Golec, Pete Bondy. w Ray Hudson, Rog Gariepy. Mike Ouellette, Ray Pager. Joel O'Rourke, John Paohllo, Rich Alpert. Ted Heidt. 198 uwwuLmm ju m.i.ujftj maca«««— a^ W— I— ^■^^■^B^^ggWB Jim Funke. John Shea, Pete Walsh. Kirt Manjee. John Orciuch, Dave Pouliot. Marubio. Lee Bradley, Doug Kullman. 199 SIGMA PHI EPSILON John Rogozenski-Treas., Bill Cooper-Vice Pres., John Stumpp-Pres.. Don Lutz-Sec. Tom Sempreban. Jim White. Ralph demons. Steve Andruchow. Steve Rogers. George Davagian. Al Freeberg. Charles GriHin. Dave Man- chester. Roger Daugherty 200 Scott Ramsay. Dick Perreault. Ken Turnbull. Marshall Taylor. Doug Bobseine. Larry Johnson. Steve Petroff. Bruce Lovelace. Bob Young. Wayne Pierce. 201 Front: Don Rapp, Greg Enz. Rear: Greg Sovas, John Farley. Herb Brown. 202 Seated: Charles Goodspeed. Art Katsaros. Kris Nelson. Ron Jones. Standing: Dave Speirs, Dave Heebner. Doug George. Ray Barrows. Pat Abbe. Curt Kruger. Doug Klauber. Roger Binkerd. 203 PHI KAPPA THETA Gary Bossak-Sec Gene Baldrate-Pres.. Frank Verderber-Treas. Paul Cherubini. Les Payne. Steve Statz, Tom Kelley. John Soulliere. Dave Collette. 204 ABOVE-Front: Al Blanchard. Phil Payne. Pat Kelley. Rear: Mark Simpson. Mike Glenn. Jim Walker, Brian Abraham. Jim Hanoosh. LEFT-Front: Jack Grant. Kevin Sullivan. John Korzick, Ken Berube. Mike Hart. Rear: Dick Aude, John Poblocki. John Merritt. Tom McAuliffe. 205 Front: Rico Argentati. Bob Kelley. John Bok. Bob Smialek, Bill Ferranti. Rear: Bob Pettirossi. Ed Borowiec, Vin Varsh, Lenny Polizatto. Tony Tostano. Front: Rich Abrams, Larry Vallee. Bob Plante. Jim Cronin Back: Dave Alden. Don Collangelo. Frank Vernile. Bill Hakkmen. Ralph Di lorio. io jmMrt^ a 206 LEFT-Frank Verderber, Arnie Antakauskas, Jack Bresnahan. Ken Kopka BELOW-Front: Cary Palulis. Mike Glenn. Steve Pytka. Rear: Ray Racine, Jim Raslavsky. Paul Kennedy. Steve Statz. Dave Hopkinson. 207 ALPHA EPSILON PI Carlos Spitz, Greg Pollack. Larry Katzman, Barry Heiten. Steve Zuckeman, Steve Phil- lips, Bob Woog. 208 Front: John Sonne. Ed Botwick. Gerry Kahn. Neil Hodes. Rear: Gary Gordon, Howie Shore. Henry Block. Bob Rosenberg. 209 Front: Peter Saltz. Jack Siegel. John Feldman, Danny Coifman. Rear: Burt Gunther, Dave Rice. Hyman Lof- chie, Steve Luber. Front: Jerry Axelrod. Marshall Levy. Dave Lieberman. Rear: Steve Legomsky. Stan Goldman, Gary Leventhal. Neil Glickstein, Joel Cehn. 210 Ill Front: Dick Schwartz. Al Breitman. Stu Siegel, Bob Rosenberg. Keeve Krasner. Larry Minkoff, Steve Udell. Larry Cohen. 211 TAU KAPPA EPSILON 212 213 214 215 SIGMA PI John Mazur-Sec ., Bob Michelin-Vice Pres , Phil Gaudet- Pres . E Wayne Turnblom-Treas. Joe Doran. Ivan Beggs. 216 Front: Norm Bergstron, John Simonds, Dick Dubsky, Henry Deronck, Ed Chausy. Rear: Dave Murphy, Ron Danielson, John Sexton, Dan Lewis, Dick Scholz. 217 Front: Al Ench. Steve Davis, Bob Keenan, Jack Kaferle. Bernie Dodge. Rear: Dan Brock. Jim Nieptuski, Jim Ryan. Fran Gay, Dan Robinson Front: Stan Pietrewicz, Paul Granchelli. Charlie Procter. Steve Carlson. Pete Billington. Rear: Wayne Eastman. Dave Asquith. Mike Murphy. Rein Freeburg, Jim Wendell. 218 George Dodson, Paul Larini, Bill Tuomi. Al Suydam, Eric Durling. ,c 219 DELTA SIGMA TAU Al Randall-Sec . Steve Schwarm-Pres.. Charles Kleman- Treas., Steve Leece-Vice Pres. Front Bruce Tuttle. Steve Erikson. Jim Sinnamon. Walt Miska Rear Henry Sweet. Bob Orenberg. Jeff Semmel. Dick Brodeur 220 Front: Jack Chan, Pete Blackford. Paul Paukas Rear: Pete Miner, Dave Johnson, Jim Metzler Front: Bill Belisle, Dick King, Bob Stessel. John Gahagan. Rear: Bob Hickey, John Czajkowski. Warren Bentley, Bob Bell, 221 organizations President S. Luber TECH SENATE L. Katzman, D. Kuniholm, G. Blodgett L Lamberli. J Burns 224 F Magiera. W. Fini A. Antakauskas. S Cotter R. Rogers 225 COUNCIL OF PRESIDENTS Seated: W. Fini. Prof. Corey, P. Trudel. Standing: M. Taylor, J. Greene, J Hudak. J Titus, J. Anderson. J. Decker. M. Gerber, R. Jewell. J. Kokoszka. R. Renn. S. Alpert, N Potter, S. Stadnicki. R DeFalco, A. Bouley, J. Carpenter, J. Cyranski. D Sharp. D Creamer. R Dashner. J Raslavsky. S Cotter. S Luber. R Sey- mour. J Danis. J Lovell 226 INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL Seated: Mr. Christopher. R. Woog. J. Kilguss. Prof. VanAlstyne. Standing: P. Gaudet, V. Genereux, J. Maggi, R. Michelin. G. Baldrate. P. Kazemersky. R. LaPierre. G. Willis. J. Schoenholtz. J. Burns. R. Balmat. J. Slocik, S. Schwarm, R. Gordon, J. Roger. S. Leece. 227 Bob Renn, Editor-in-Chief PEDDLER S3 Frank Manter M Noga. S Brodeur. M Babin. D Baxter. J Senecal 228 Rene LaPierre Ron Mucci. Wally Fini Joe Maggi Pete Shanley 229 Frank Magiera, Editor-in-Chief TECH NEWS Skip Thune John Soulliere. Len Lamberti 230 Tom Kelley. Steve Luber Jim Crabb Charlie Blake 231 SAM. FIRST ROW: G. Batten. L. Lamberti. J. McCabe. SECOND ROW: R. Watkins, T. Peraro. W. McCann, P. Hinckle, A. Rovetti. THIRD ROW: R. Vaughn, F. Magiera, J. Decker A.I.P. FIRST ROW P. La Roe A. Bouley N. Shay SECOND ROW D. Murphy P. Blackford THIRD ROW G Fisler R Jodoin D Casperson 232 First Row; K. Battle. J. Danis. J. Feldman. Second Row: A Heman. D. Aldrich. J. Cunic. Third Row: R. McCue. M Preston D Murphy D. Ferris, W. Chudzik. Fourth Row: E. Botwick. J. Senecal. M Kaplan, M. Barr, L. Rice Fifth Row: R. Balmer, W, Boyan C Griffin D Larson, S- Holub. Sixth Row: C, Dupre, T. Gwazdauskas, J Kokoszka, J Heinnch, G. Hopkins. Seventh Row: J Elphinstone K Ben son. C Goff. D. Holden. R. Mayer. Eighth Row: A. Bergantino. R. Esten, W. Strieker. J, Pyzik. G. Cox. Ninth Row J Ferrantmo R Chauhan. R. Baron. F. Dacri. Tenth Row: E. Cheusz. S Stadnicki. M. Wittenberg A.I.Ch.E. SKEPTICAL CHEMISTS J R. Gagne. A. Cunningham, C. Carlson. N. Potter. W. Cobb. J. Holmes. D. Court, D. Ormsbee 233 A.S.C.E. First Row: P. Picard, R. Graham. W. Krikorian. P. Cherubim. F. Jodaitis. W. Wirtanen. Second Row: 0. Mendez. J. Fiore, E. Mendez. R. DeFalco. W. Hyatt. C. Sisitsky. C. Cridge, R. Ochman, J LeFevre. SEMI SIMPLE GROUP •J 1 ! 1 to m * -*1 First Row R Snay, R Lukes. S Alpert Second Row A Miller. R Gordon. A Miller. A Lesick. G Caron 234 First Row: B. Johnson. R. Renn. J. Hoyt, R. Neff. Second Row; M Boyd. J. Szostek. G. Kane, S. Brodeur Third Row: C Inglee. V. Aunio, T. Heidt. A. Attermeyer. Fourth Row: F- Yazwinsii. G Cumming. P. Konopa. R. Weeden. F. Kuszap. A.S.M.E. I.E.E.E. F. Manter, R Jewell. J. Dubiel. J. Turek. E Fernandez, R. Mucci. P. Herron, P Anderson. J. Perrone, B Pisila. W. Fabricius. L. Bergquist. 235 VARSITY CLUB First Row: T. Kelley, R. Suzenski. R. Loring, R. DeGennaro, J. Roger, C. Palulis. Second Row: D. Heebner. G Batten. W. Hyatt. D Riley, C. Carlson. R. McCue, P, Dickerson Third Row: F. Mageria. C. Blake. M. Simp- son, F, Verdeber. D. Gradwell, M. Sills. J. Elphinstone, R. Gordon, M. Scott. CREW Fitsi Row: J Semmel. R Anschultz. W Shell. D Ploss. L, Bradley. D. Sharp. Second Row: W Blanchard, G Piepiora. R. Sodersjerna. J Moskel. E Nickerson. R. Spofford. S Walsh. B Carlson, P Laroe, G Miller, W Lynick. A Antakauskas. M Labet, J Dewey, D Cox. J Raslavsky SKI TEAM P Raymond R Smith J Viele J Decker D Kuniholm 236 I.H.E.E. C. Bergeron. R. Gosk, D. Collette. J. Shea, D. Foley. R. Olsen. S. Luber, S. Schumer. G. Baldrate. R. Kennedy, P. Herron. G. Bossak (deceased) ACHERS J. Ferrantino, J. Maggi, T, Kelley. P. McDonagh. J Cahalen, W. Tanzer, C. Wojewoda. 237 FENCING TEAM First Row B Lewis. R. Gemmer. A Baglini Second Row J Kokoszka. H. Howland. R Hamp- son. D Wilkinson. S Degon. B Hettin. T Crispino CHEERLEADERS D. Lipcan D. Lieberman. B. Chase. G. McCandless. M. Babin.T. Sullivan. A. Palmer. ■ Wu*mtJ+ *3WP»| 4|| ^^. NAUTICAL CLUB RIFLE TEAM First Row: R. Mayer. B. Johnson. R. Loring. Second Row: E. Spinks, R Jones, F. Posselt, R. Wiley. J. Slocik. T. Sullivan. First Row: K. Fisher. H. Howland. G Landauer. Second Row: D. Damer. R. Dana. Sgt. Johnson. T. Connelly. J. Hilyard. 239 First Row: B. Rogers. R. Rush, E. Glagola. M. Murphy. W Thompson, B. O'Neil, D. Brock, E. Carroll, F. Meoli, R. Robinson, T. Kolterjahn. Second Row: R. Mason. R. Keenan, P. Popieniuck, D. Klaucke, D. Novak, R. Switzer, J. Hensel. P. Greene, E. Handy. Third Row: A. Leketa. J. Anderson. M. Cohen. D. Barrett. D. Palm, P. Norkevicus, E. Nickerson, J. MacDougall. G. Miller, J. Hudak. RECONDOS « i — . «*, CO fi ** %% §JJ& i tit ^ i (M. — <:-uu*neaMK>WM3!!ft . ■ ■■■ PERSHING RIFLES First Row P. Wolf. M Peck. R Barnard. H Coulter. R. Glamuzina, J Kraska. D Creamer. Second Row J Czajkowski. S Hurd. J Kasabula. S Turek. E Gallo. W McCann. J Turek Third Row J Toce. W Naas. W Peiper. H. Sweet Fourth Row J Senecal, B Thorsen. P. LaPlante. J Chwalek First Row: S. Alpert. L Gooch. N. Potter. Second Row: R. Meader, M. Sills. M. Gerber. Prof. Whenman, R. Miles. S. Spakowaki, D. Nelson. ALPHA PHI OMEGA First Row: M. Noga. C. Pike. K. Watson. Second Row: J. Ford, A. Hemon. W. Royla. R. McCue. R. Polk, A. Nizamoff. G. Harvey. B. Soffel, W. Smith, D. Rockwell, P. Bladen. MASQUE 242 243 BAND First Row J Atkinson. R Dahlstrom. B Ruckdeschel. J Ford. S Rosenblatt. B Shiffm. D Pond J Cyran- ski. L Curran. Director Second Row J Bagagho. E Howe. J Carpenter. R Ethenngton. R Anschutz R Janus. D Rockwell. J Sullivan Third Row P Anderson. C Vandonburg. C Kalauskas J Geils L Poliz zotto. M Schmidt. J Metzler. J Sexton. J Clune Fourth Row T Gwazdauskas. J Hilyard R Gallo S Di- Tulho. D Casperson. D Johnson. J Lind 244 BOYNTONIANS First Row: J. Rayner. J. Carpenter. Second Row: J. Clune. J. Metzler, J. Ford. J. Lind. T. Gwazdauskas. C. Vandenburg. R. Symonds. First Row: L. Curran Director. W. Garth. F. Davis. F. Mahar. R. McAndrew, J. Waskiewicz. G. Zsaylar. R. Stessel, R. Daugherty. Second Row: R. Hickey. T. Worthley, J. Roger, D. Court. A. Canatsoulis. M. King. J. Lefevre. W. Belisle. H. Sweet. D. Ferris. W. Baxter. K. Roberts. D. Dayton, E. Catterall. F, Bar- lick. F. Spreter. J. Vergow. Third Row: K. Watson. D. Nelson, R. Dahlstrom. R. Symonds. D. Pietraszewski. K Echstrom. P. Konopa. W. Hawkins. D. Berg- strom. N. Bergstrom. T. Gwazdauskas. G. Moberg. G. Bourrie. J. Hitchcock. 245 First Row: J. Funke. B. Shen, D. Scholz. B. Horansky. G. Landaure. Second Row: G. Fairbanks. R. Stessel, R. Kern. C. Karasnov. F. Pope. Third Row: P. Anderson. R. Grzelak, D. Pond, H. Hemond, B. Shiffrin, R. Anderson. M. Schweig. RADIO CLUB LENS AND LIGHTS First Row M Hubelhank K McGuire. R Dashner. K Crawlord. B Chase Second Row R Willoughby. R Elhonngton. F Pope. P Blackford. H Homond. G Moars Third Row D Brock. M Kopel. G Fislor. M Gan. A McTammany Fourth Row A Soulhwick. R Shen. W Piepo. B JoHorson. P Pakus CHESS CLUB S. Frymer, R. Collins. S. Stadnicki, G. Junevicus. M Hart. A.R.R.G. F. White, M. Hubelbank, J- Sinnamon, J. Hudak. J. Haritonidis. P. Bartholemew. R. Lang. DEBATING TEAM W. Fini, R. Kathiwalla. R. Lindquist. S. Leece. H. Wyzansky. J. Cyranski, W. Bently. B. Denson, W. Dudzik. L. Sprecher. 247 NEWMAN CLUB R. DeNigris F. Maher A. Antakauskas DEMOLAY CLUB First Row: D Casperson. B Tuttle. D Rockwell Second Row S DiTullio. J. Berg, B- Johnson CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION W Roadstrom. R Youmans. V Holmes. M Gorber. 8 Johnson 248 SHIELD *S ':' -rW^rM'l R. Willoughby, L Sprecher. D. Aldrich. R. Gagne. J. Boyd. Prof. Corey. T. Pauly. P. Trudel. G. Fisler. C. Larson. J. Perrone. F. Davis. R. Shaw. M. Gan. R. Ormsbee. COSMOPOLITAN CLUB Sitting: O. Akyuz. H. Shah. S. Choksi. K. Manjee. B. Mehta. Standing: Dean Brown. J. Boutet. A. Tsiklis. R. Fortin. A. Kapur, P. Ellompi, Prof. Back. H. Hemond, R. Mayer, Prof. Buell, A. Attermayer. Prof. Johnson, G. Banks. 249 CLASS OF 1968 Skip Griffin Arnie Antakauskas Robert Woog CLASS OF 1967 John Kilguss. John Stumpp Donald Lutz, Raymond Rogers CLASS OF 1969 Gerry Blodgett. Rogor Miles Gregory Hopkins. Jeffrey Knapp 250 CLASS OF 1970 Alan Prucnal Todd Akin Ronald Speirs JUNIOR PROM COMMITTEE Steven Halstedt, Arnie Antakauskas. Frank Maher, Jack McCabe. Jeffrey Shaw. Robert Woog. Neil Durkee. David Gradwell. David Speirs, Ivan Beggs. Thomas Gelormino. TOP ROW: Terry Sullivan. Michael Annon. Michael Babin. Robert Gosling. Andrew Perretti, Donald Aldrich, Michael Page. 251 ■H :'^< ^ sports r. 4 \ 254 Sfe r> SOCCER 255 *»N*U ^ ~ Soccer won 9, lost 2 3 M.I.T. 6 U. of Hartford 3 Lowell Tech 2 Assumption 3 Coast Guard 3 Tufts 5 A.I.C. U. of Mass. 4 Holy Cross 5 B.U. 2 Clark 2 4 256 £i& ■ > ■■■2- ■'.•*£? - 1 7*M h\; -■ vVdCSfc "ijS'" ** ^ , " 257 FOOTBALL •. » * »«-». •«• — ■ 258 259 Football won 2, lost 5 15 Bowdoin 12 17 Middlebury 19 8 Bates 21 Wesleyan 33 16 Coast Guard 14 R. P. I. 13 13 Norwich 23 IS^**^ 260 9TB B » *OIFT OP SOCIETY Of F AMI LIES-1964 261 262 263 CROSS COUNTRY AND RELAY *:-*. f 2U "~-l i i>.'* ".'' ■ ■ ■ Re lay K. of C. Games Fourth place in heat j Boston A. A. Fifth place in-heat M.I.T. Invitational Fourth place overall Amherst Invitational Fourth place overall U. Conn. Relay Fifth place overall 264 Cross Country won 3, lost 10 72 M. IT. 26 72 R. P. I. 45 41 Wesleyan 18 41 Bates 20 22 Assumption 36 41 Tufts 20 41 Clark 78 19 Clark 42 40 Bentley 21 65 Williams 29 65 Coast Guard 29 60 Amherst 32 60 Trinity 34 265 • .w.;,_. .-.. 266 BASKETBALL 267 m 268 Basketball won 5, lost 17 65 B. U. 75 73 Harvard 94 85 A. I.C. 113 86 Lowell Tech 93 80 Wesleyan 86 87 U. N. H. 72 49 L. I. U. 100 47 C. W. Post 66 97 Springfield 89 83 Brandeis 78 88 Suffolk 107 ; 83 Bowdoin 98 71 Bates 81 60 Trinity 82 71 Northeastern 102 79 Assumption 94 67 Tufts 89 110 Nichols 68 85 Coast Guard 70 \ 77 M. IT 83 75 Williams 80 70 Clark 80 269 WRESTLING Wrestling won 4, lost 6, tied 1 16 U.R.I. 16 19 Brandeis 14 3 Williams 28 24 U. Mass. 11 16 U. Conn. 17 7 MIT. 26 26 Holy Cross 11 10 Tufts 24 Coast Guard 35 32 U. of Hartford 3 6 Dartmouth 25 270 271 I H3 -3-SKK: 272 SWIMMING Swimming won 1 , lost 6 10 Trinity 82 28 Tufts 62 13 U. Conn. 80 55 Babson 32 24 Coast Guard 69 33 U. Mass. 52 39 Holy Cross 55 . .... _. _ 273 HOCKEY 274 Hockey won 4, lost 9 1 Holy Cross 4 4 Assumption 5 1 M.I.T. 4 7 Worcester St. 8 5 M.I.T. 4 2 Nichols 4 1 7 R. I. School of Design 6 6 Lowell Tech 7 1 Nichols 3 3 Worcester St. 2 3 Wesleyan 2 2 Holy Cross 12 2 Assumption 6 it v» * 275 BASEBALL 276 Baseball won 6, lost 6 4 Hartford 1 8 M. I.T. 3 5 Lowell Tech 4 3 Northeastern 9 9 Tufts 2 Wesleyan 5 ] 2 Assumption 7 3 Clark 1 Trinity 8 1 A. I. C. 12 6 Coast Guard 5 1 (doubleheader) 2 ^ wK ^jfryttrr'aifci'r HH ■Rf^s HBSSS:^^#^kM» 277 Lacrosse won 1 , lost 9 12 U. R. I. 3 3 Tufts 16 1 Trinity 13 6 M. I.T. 11 6 Nichols 11 2 Wesleyan 21 8 Bowdoin 11 | 2 Holy Cross 7 3 U. of Mass. 10 Middlebury 7 278 LACROSSE flff* GOLF «»?—>. Golf won 6, lost 4 VA Holy Cross 5'/2 1 Dartmouth 6 1 Trinity 6 5 1 /2 A. I.C. VA 3 Lowell Tech 4 5'/2 Suffolk VA 6'/2 Brandeis Vl 5 Tufts 2 6 Clark 1 5 M. IT. 2 280 TENNIS 7 4 3 3 8 3 Tennis won 2, lost 6 Assumption Coast Guard Trinity Clark A. I.C. Lowell Tech Holy Cross R.P.I. 2 5 9 6 6 1 6 9 281 TRACK Track won 2, lost 7 72 Middlebury 64V2 72 Nichols 36VS 41 Coast Guard 99 49 Norwich 57 49 Colby 77 27 R. P. I. 88 27 Amherst 68 41 Tufts 104 59 Trinity 81 282 283 .< advertisements class of nineteen hundred and seventy class of nineteen hundred and sixty- nine class of nineteen hundred and sixty- eight class of nineteen hundred and sixty-seven 'e^n LsOrnpltrnefits of WORCESTER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE BOARD OF TRUSTEES THE SKULL To the Class of '67 CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR ACHIEVEMENT and WELCOME TO MEMBERSHIP in the W. P. I . 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Transit Mixed Concrete Tile and Floor Covering Installations 1000 SOUTHBRIDGE STREET 53 PRESCOTT STREET 242 CANTERBURY STREET Worcester, Mass. Fitchburg, Mass. WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS Compliments HILL BRONZE ALLOYS of COMPANY Established 1928 WORCESTER • GAS LIGHT CO. NON-FERROUS CASTINGS -GAS, THE KEY TO MODERN LIVING" MATERIALS OF ENGINEERING Display Room — • 30 MECHANIC STREET Offices — TAINTER AND GARDNER STREETS 25 QUINSIGAMOND AVENUE WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS PL 7-8311 GOYETTE'S SERVICE STATION JAMES COWAN & SONS, INC. "AT THE SUNOCO SIGN" WHOLESALE MEATS Phone PL 3-9579 & PROVISIONS 102 HIGHLAND STREET WORCESTER, MASS. 20 TEMPLE STREET WORCESTER, MASS. Charles Hill Morgan designed the first successful continuous rolling mill to be built in the United States, thereby making a major contribution to this country's industrial base in the nineteenth century. In 1888 he founded the Morgan Construction Com- pany to meet the needs of the growing steel industry for advanced high-production ^^ equipment. Ever since that year, B^^fl ^3 F^ Morgan of Worcester has been de- ; | ^j | WORC signing and building such equip- ment, until today the company's activities are world- wide. One out of every three members of the com- pany's work force is now in engineering, design, drafting, and allied fields. Licensing arrangements with Davy and United Engineering Company Limited of Sheffield, England, and Siemag Siegener Maschi- nenbau G. m. b. H. with offices in Dahlbruch and Dusseldorf, West [: :,HY\sm\ I | Wl Germany, expand our coverage to all centers of steel-making activity. IM ju£*i ROLLING MILLS Since the first Morgan Rolling Mill, the company has designed 259 Rolling Mills of various types, now operating in the United States and in 16 foreign countries. Besides complete rolling mills, Morgan has an impressive list of firsts in the steel handling equipment field, including the new Stelmor Process for controlled cooling, collection and division of rod products. MQRGOIL BEARINGS - With the advent of the Morgoil Bearing in 1933, greater rolling pressures, higher speeds, and closer tolerances became possible. A precision bearing which rides on a film of oil, the Morgoil offers outstanding advantages of greater pro- duction, a better product, longer bearing life, and substantial savings in maintenance costs. Recent developments include hydrostatic lubri- cation, quick change design, new inboard seal, and advanced hydrodynamic lubrication. WIRE DRAWING MACHINES -the first successful continuous wire drawing machine was built by Morgan in 1921. Improvements and new de- signs have constantly been made since then. Today, Morgan Accumulator, Morgan Mordraw, Morgan-Barcro and Morgan Fine Wet machines are drawing all grades of wire at high produc- tion rates. A recent addition is the Morgan Olympic High Speed Multi-Head Stranding Ma- chine for stranding steel, copper and aluminum. COMBUSTION CONTROL — Another Morgan product is the Morgan-lsley system of combustion con- trol for furnaces in the steel, glassmaking, and allied industries. This system is a radical change from the natural draft system of supply- ing combustion air and exhausting waste gases, since the Morgan-lsley does the job mechani- cally. It may be regulated with extreme accuracy to maintain the high temperatures required in steel or glass furnaces. Morgan Construction Company, Worcester, Massachusetts 01605 COMPLIMENTS -of- BEST WISHES ABDOW SCRAP IRON CO. WARE PRATT COMPANY MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHIERS 18 CANTERBURY STREET WORCESTER MASSACHUSETTS G. T. Abdow, '53 ^-* j£AiS**^~-~ ^ati^Z^ Compliments 244 MAIN STREET of The House of Quality tm, WORCESTER TELEGRAM w THE EVENING GAZETTE APPLIANCES SUNDAY TELEGRAM FINE FURNITURE — GIFTS • • John W.Coghlin, Class of "19 Radio Station WTAG Edwin B. Coghlin, Sr., Class of '23 Edwin B. Coghlin, Jr., Class of '56 Compliments of STEVENS WALDEN, INC. GEO. F. BLAKE, INC. 475 SHREWSBURY STREET STEEL - ALUMINUM - INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES Worcester, Mass. 70 QUINSIGAMOND AVENUE MANUFACTURERS OF MECHANICS HAND TOOLS WORCESTER MASSACHUSETTS J. K. OGASIAN & SONS 179 BELMONT STREET Worcester 5, Mass. GENERAL ELECTRIC TELEVISION Major Appliances - Stereo and Radio Lundquist Tool and/Mfg. X^ornpwnu inc. 677 CAMBRIDGE STREET WORCESTER. MASS 01610 GRANGER CONTRACTING CD., INC. General Contractors 306 MAIN STREET, WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS 01608 Raymond 0. Granger, '35 Russell P. Larson, '49 Eugene J. Dragon, '54 SALMONSEN'S FRESH LOCAL MILK A Better Milk for All the Family Over 50 years of quality and service Phone: PL 2-6562 5-7 VICTORIA AVP.NUF. WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS THE PRESMET CORPORATION METAL POWDER STRUCTURAL PARTS 112 HARDING STREET WORCESTER 4 MASSACHUSETTS COMPLIMENTS - of - G. F. WRIGHT STEEL AND WIRE CO. WORCESTER, MASS. 01603 REED ROLLED THREAD DIE CO. ID, Subsidiary of UTD CORPORATION HOLDEN, MASSACHUSETTS COMPLIMENTS OF H.E. H0LBR00K DROP FORGE INC. 40 ROCKDALE ST. WORCESTER, MASS. H.E. HOLBROOK JR. CLASS '44 Compliments of CHAIN BELT COMPANY Chainbelt, Inc. ROLLER CHAIN DIVISION WORCESTER & SPRINGFIELD MASSACHUSETTS INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIERS OF WORCESTER, INC. Stocking Distributors of Metal Cutting Tools — Factory Supplies Power Transmission PUMPS >12 SUMMER ST. WORCESTER 8, MASS. SCOTT ASSOCIATES INC. 365-6341 GOULDS WORTHINGTON W Sales • Service • Engineering 60 Water Street, Clinton AROUND THE WORLD ...AND STILL EXPANDING ISMS/ ABRASIVES WM3 GRINDING WHEELS ISMI MACHINE TOOLS REFRACTORIES BEHR-MANNING DIV. Troy. N. Y. ^ > / Coated Abrasives Pressure-Sensitive Tapes NATIONAL RESEARCH CORP. Cambridge. Mass. Vacuum Equipment • Tantalum Research and Development I CLIPPER MANUFACTURING CO. f£ipP^M Kansas City. Missouri /Masonry and Concrete Cutting Equipment C-661 NORTON COMPANY GENERAL OFFICES- WORCESTER, MASS., U. S. A. PLeasant 4-4171 A. B. DICK PRODUCTS CO. OF WORCESTER, INC. 860 Main Street Worcester, Mass. 01610 MIMEOGRAPH — SPIRIT — AZOGRAPH — OFFSET MAURICE F. REIDY & CO. REALTORS 756-2411 2 FOSTER STREET WORCESTER 8, MASS. FOLDERS — PHOTOCOPY AND SUPPLIES with best wishes to the SPECIALISTS CLASS OF 1967 in SIDING ROOFING Carlstrom Pressed Metal PAINTING Company, Inc. WESTBORO, MASSACHUSETTS ALLIED SIDING AND ROOFING CO. INC. Pressed Metal Engineers & Manufacturers of Light and Heavy Metal Stampings 101 Dewey St. 753-1482 Compliments Compliments of Standard Fruit & Produce Inc. 15 Bridge Street Worcester, Mass. 01608 of BAY STATE HARDWARE COMPANY ■'TOOL RENTAL SPECIALIST' 120 W. BOYLSTON STREET PL 2-5695 PL 2-5696 WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS H. Tash jian Class of '31 COMPLIMENTS -of- WILBUR'S RESTAURANTS INC. Compliments of THE BLOOMFIELD FAMILY Alfred David Harold Paul BAY STATE ABRASIVES DIVISION WESTBORO, MASSACHUSETTS 015B1 District Offices and Warehouses in: Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Pittsburgh FOR THAT "EXTRA EDGE" in Production Grinding SUBSIDIARIES Bay State Abrasive Products Co. (Canada) Ltd., Brantford, Ontario Felker Manufacturing Company, Torrance, California Bay State Abrasives S.A., Steinsel, Luxembourg NEW ENGLAND GLASS AUTO GLASS - STORE FRONTS Henry Camosse & Son, Inc. MIRRORS - TUB ENCLOSURES - PLASTICS ALUMINUM FABRICATION Concrete -- Lightweight Block Masonry Supplies 589 PARK AVE., WORCESTER, MASS. HENRY f. CAMOSSE DIAL 755-8646 Class '53 (Near Mill Street) OLSON MANUFACTURING COMPANY SCREW' - MACHINE - PRODUCTS 100 PRESCOTT STREET WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS III Engineers and Contractors III J. (t. 1, A v () "T v Ml ill t\ SO.M. 1 NC. hi • • • A\mong the nation's best selling tools are Hanson High Speed Steel Twist Drills and Ace Taps and Dies made in Worcester at the HENRY L. HANSON COMPANY, INC. HEATING SYSTEMS • OIL BURNING SYSTEMS - POWER PLANTS - FNDUSTRIAL PIPING - VENTILATION • AIR CONDITIONING - PLUMBPNG BOSTON, MASS. WORCESTER, MASS. ATLAS DISTRIBUTING CORP. WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTOR BEER, WINE, LIQUORS 44 Southbridge St. Auburn, Mass. COOPER'S FLOWERS COURTESY — QUALITY — SERVICE 133 HIGHLAND STREET WORCESTER 2, MASSACHUSETTS 755-4351 COMPLIMENTS OF O. E. NAULT & SONS, INC Architects 34 CEDAR STREET, WORCESTER. MASSACHUSETTS 01609 TELEPHONE 7SS-IB59 NATIONAL GLASS WORKS HARVEY & TRACY INC. Two Convenient Locations ■ Consulting Engineers 119 SHREWSBURY STREET 143 DEWEY STREET Dial PL 3-7296 Worcester Massachusetts 372 PARK AVENUE Dial PL 3-7209 Francis S. Harvey '37 Richard L. Tracy '48 John J. Bryce '55 Ronald A. Carlson '60 WORCESTER MASSACHUSETTS Charles W. Mello '61 Compliments -of - For all types of drilling operations, look to LELAND - GIFFORD TURNER Standard and custom built machines MOTOR COACH SERVICE for any job. Single and multiple heads. Hand, power or hydraulic feed. Tape control for semi— automatic drilling. 301 ELM STREET LELAND - GIFFORD FITCHBURG, MASSACHUSETTS 1001 Southbndge St. Worcester, Mass. 01601 CHARTERED BUSSES OUR SPECIALTY Subs id iary of NATIONWIDE CHARTERED & TOURS White Consolidated Industries, Inc. Telephone DI 2-0307 COMPLIMENTS OF J l amesbury CORPORATION Atlas Rubber Stamp Co. Manufacturers 42 Southbridge St. Worcester, Mass. COMPLIMENTS OF WELDERS SUPPLY of WORCESTER INC. 512 SOUTHBRIDGE ST., WORCESTER, MASS. 01610 TO THE CLASS OF '67 CONGRATULATIONS RICE BARTON CORP. WORCESTER STAMPED METAL CO. AMERICAN EMBLEM CO. WORCESTER AUTOMATIC MACHINE CO. ROBINSON METALS INC. CO MP LI M E N T S ASTRA PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS, INC. I : Neponset Street Worcester, Mass. 01606 A FRIEND CURTIS & MARBLE MACHINE CO. TEXTILE MACHINERY since 1831 72 Cambridge St. Worcester Mass. Lauren's Road Greenville South Carolina FRANCIS HARVEY & SONS INC. General Contractors 141 Dewey Street Worcester, Massachusetts 752-2876 DeFalco Concrete Corp. Millbury, Mass. ROSENLUND 306 MAIN ST WORCESTER Telephone 617 754-7236 SEE US FOR YOUR TRAVEL NEEDS ENGINEERS Engineering ingenuity — a key to progress — has been a major factor in the growth of The Heald Machine Company. Over the years product innovation has produced many Heald firsts. Among these are the first fully hydraulic internal grinder for production line use, first internal grinder with automatic sizing and first centerless internal grinder. These innovations gained rapid acceptance and are now basic standards of the machine tool industry. More recently, research has established Heald as a leader in the isolation and control of vibration and resultant chatter. One notable result of this research is the damped quill which successfully elim- inates chatter marks in surface finish of deep bores. With industry's need for ultra high precision, Heald developed and introduced the first Numerically Controlled contour boring and turning machine capable of .000025" resolution. . The procedure of in-process single jet air gaging of internal grooves is still another innovation. This process reduces size variation to Vi that of other sizing methods. In 1963 Heald Controlled Force Grinders were announced, representing the first major break- through in internal grinding in 30 years. The CF principle controls the force at which the wheel is fed into the work and has set new standards for quality, production, and uniformity. Here at Heald, research continues in many areas such as fluid bearings, surface texture, numerically controlled machinery, and static as well as dynamic machine characteristics. Thus, Engineering ingenuity, a key to progress, has done much to justify our well-known slogan — IT PAYS TO COME TO HEALD. THE HEALD MACHINE COMPANY Associate of The Cincinnati Milling Machine Company Worcester, Massachusetts 01606 WILLIAM F. LYNCH CO. INC. COMPLIMENTS PLUMBING - HEATING - of - AIR CONDITIONING MORGAN LINEN SERVICE, INC. 11 CANTERBURY STREET Worcester, Mass. 81 MILLBURY STREET Worcester 8, Massachusetts Compliments of E. L. DAUPHINAIS, INC. TOP QUALITY — "READY MIXED CONCRETE" 85 two way radio equipped transit mixed trucks Serving central Massachusetts THE HENLEY-LUNDGREN CO. 193 HARTFORD PIKE SHREWSBURY, MASS. Main Office: NORTH GRAFTON Phones: Worcester PL 7-4501 Grafton 839-4425 DEERHILL DAIRY D. BORIA & SONS COMPLIMENTS - of - CANADA DRY Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk JOSEPH DWORMAN President PL 4-0403 KEYSTONE ELECTRICAL COMPANY, Inc. distributors of Electrical Supplies 244 PARK AVENUE WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS 01609 To the Class of '67 HAIL AND FAREWELL! May these college years linger long in your memory, and may there forever be a warm spot in your heart for THE HIGHLANDER We Wish You Health, Happiness and Every Success ANGELO and JIMMY INC. CHARLES E. KINKADE HAMILTON L. WOOD LUKE A. DILLON, JR. DAVID L. ORTON STEPHEN B. AMES 1 BB4 - 1 95B AMERICUS <££0 iyf€ciin bs&Jt&e/, /s-a&oed/e'K S , tyPi-ccdd . TELEPHONE PLEASANT 7-7726 D E N H L M S CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS of 1967 MEN'S WORLD . . . in a choice location, thought out for your convenience. Come straight into our Varsity Shop from GREEN BROS, of WORCESTER INC. 60 KING ST. WORCESTER, MASS. the new High Street entrance. New and Used Machine Tools You'll like it! HOWARD GREEN - - Class of 19 COMMONWEALTH STATIONERS, INC. And Its Subsidiaries PROUTY PRINTING COMPANY DEERFIELD PRESS 90 GROVE STREET - - WORCESTER, MASS. TO THE CLASS of 1967 May you all have a successful and prosperous future in your chosen fields. WARREN & BIGELOW ELECTRIC CO., Inc. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 128 CHANDLER STREET Worcester, Massachusetts F. W. MAD1GAN CO., INC. General Contractors - Engineers Francis W. Madigan, Jr., '53 54 MASON STREET WORCESTER MASSACHUSETTS THOMAS A. HICKEY, INC. 121 Highland Street • Worcester, Mass. 01609 • 754-2637 THREE PACKAGE STORES 121 Highland St., Worcester, Mass. 261 Lincoln St., Worcester, Mass. 40 Maple Ave., Shrewsbury, Mass. OFFICIAL JEWELER THROUGH YOUR BOOKSTORE - HERFF JONES CO. Class Rings — All year dates JAMES P. CORR 74 Winsor Rd. Sudbury, Mass. 01776 AC 617 443-2715 B. BLOOMFIELD & COMPANY, INC. METALS DEALERS-DISTRIBUTORS SMELTERS ALL NON-FERROUS ALLOYS 2 KANSAS ST., WORCESTER, MASS. 01610 "BABCO" BRAND INGOT METALS You Specify - We Satisfy" AREA CODE 617 PHONES 756-3001 756-5101 SPRPGUE THE MARK OF RELIABILITY GIBBS & COX, INC. NAVAL ARCHITECTS AND MARINE ENGINEERS NEW YORK CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1967 FROM An Equal Opportunity Employer THE SPRAGUE ELECTRIC COMPANY, A LEADER IN THE MANUFACTURE OF ELEC- TRONIC COMPONENTS FOR BOTH INDUS- TRY AND DEFENSE, CONGRATULATES THE 1967 GRADUATING CLASS AND WISHES ALL ITS MEMBERS SUCCESS IN THE FUTURE. MARK, INC. S. 1. HOWARD GLASS COMPANY Natural Model Clothing MIRROR - PLATE GLASS - INDUSTRIAL GLASS Window Glass - Automobile Glass 330 MAIN STREET Dial PL 3-8146 WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS 379 SOUTHWEST CUTOFF M. D. HOLMES & SONS CO. PLUMBING - HEATING HOWE AND WHITNEY LUMBER CO. AIR-CONDITIONING 100 SOUTHBRIDGE STREET Auburn, Massachusetts 33 MILLBROOK STREET WORCESTER MASSACHUSETTS Armour-Porter Co.Jnc. P. POWER ROOFING CO. 16 LEXINGTON STREET WORCESTER, MASS. WELDING ENGINEERS CREEPER HILL ROAD NORTH GRAFTON, MASSACHUSETTS 01536 ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKERS ESTABLISHED 1868 752-6166 FABRICATING AND INDUSTRIAL WELDMENTS PRESSURE VESSELS MACHINE BASES STAINLESS STEEL FLAME CUTTING ALUMINUM COMPLIMENTS F A FRIEND ....yearbooks created with enduring quality NEW ENGLAND YEARBOOKS • A DIVISION OF PEMBROOKE COMPANY INC. 80 FARGO STREET • BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS The yearbook is a compendium of student life and activity. It is emotion held captive by the printed page; it is a chamber echoing a multitude of sounds through the printed word. In our efforts to piece to- gether your identity we have chosen the pictorial essay as a framework combined with a uniform design technique and appropriate copy. Our final reward is the assurance that when the pages are turned they will truly reflect the personality of the students of Worcester Tech. The PEDDLER develops under pressure distracted when- ever possible by exams, weak excuses, photographs that arrive too late, or deadlines that arrive all too soon. Some- how the job is never done. The time required has meant sacrificed vacations, classes cut, and study time cut short, however, the book finally takes its form. Much of this time belongs to Rene LaPierre who consoled me with his "don't worry" attitude while assuming some of the responsibility himself. To Pete Shanley, Ron Mucci, Joe Maggi. and most of all Wally Fini who managed to keep me in their game of "cat and mouse" yet somehow, when the time came, their sections were completed. To Lenny Lamberti and Steve Brodeur who listened to what I wanted and then trans- formed it into imaginative copy. To Ed Zakrzewski who solved my problems with "artsy craftsy" photography. To Bob Gosling. Dave Baxter, Pete Anderson, Mike Babin, and Mike Noga for doing all the real work. To Frank Manter who at first complained about his insurmountable task and then managed a "two-week miracle" to make our book financially possible. To Paul Trudel and Steve Holub who cornered the student body and achieved the required sales. To Professor van Alstyne, our advisor. Finally to Doug Mitchell, our representative from New England Yearbooks, who listened to my plight and soothed the savage beast with new ideas and more time. I shall always be indebted to all these men for their fine efforts — my sincere thanks for a job well done. Robert D. Renn EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Robert D. Renn SENIOR EDITORIAL STAFF: Wallace Fini, Rene LaPierre, Joseph Maggi, Peter Shanley, Ronald Mucci LITERARY STAFF: Leonard Lamberti, Stephen Brodeur PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF: Edward Zakrzewski, Kenneth De Villeroy, Robert Mayer, Dennis Brooks, John Boutet LAYOUT STAFF: David Baxter, Michael Babin, Robert Gosling, Michael Noga, Peter Anderson ADVERTISING MANAGER: Frank Manter BUSINESS MANAGER: Paul Trudel SALES MANAGER: Ronald Jolicoeur SALES STAFF: Stephen Holub The 1967 PEDDLER of Worcester Polytechnic Institute has been printed in the offset lithographic process by New Eng- land Yearbooks, a Division of Pembrooke Company, Inc., Boston, Massachusetts. Paper stock is 80 lb. Lustro Offset Enamel Dull. The body is 1 1 on 12 pt. Univers Medium, and 1 4 on 1 8 pt. Univers Medium Italic; 8 on 1 pt., and 1 on 12 pt. captions. Heads are 14 and 24 pt., Univers Extra- bold Condensed caps. Senior portraits are the work of Loring Studios, Boston, Mass. The cover was manufactured by The S. K. Smith Company.